Making Videos: The Practical and the Imaginative

Tuesday, February 04 | 2:30PM–4:30PM | Court Assembly Foyer
Session Type: Professional Development

MOOCs are everywhere. Open a business magazine, a newspaper, or an education publication and you're likely to see something about the rise of the MOOC movement. In today's MOOCs, most content is delivered via short video lectures. This poster will show how faculty at Duke University who are teaching a MOOC using the Coursera platform create standard lecture videos with a do-it-yourself (DIY) kit. The poster will provide an opportunity for discussion and debate about the creative potential of videos for content delivery.


OUTCOMES: Create a DIY video kit and identify video styles that faculty can create using the kit * Identify optional support elements to enhance DIY videos * Generate, share, and evaluate ideas for creative video design and use


  • Libby Evans

    Academic & New Technology Consultant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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