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Pre-Conference Workshop: Video in Higher Education

Get in the Picture: Innovative Use of Video in Higher Education
Location: Ministry of Education and Training, Brussels
19 November 2014, 10:00 - 17:15

Registration

For a combination ticket Workshop (19 Nov) + Media & Learning Conference (20-21 Nov) go to the Media & Learning Conference registration page. To register for the workshop day only fill in the registration form here. Cost for the day to include coffees break, lunch and closing reception: 75€ (plus VAT)

Video is everywhere today: it has entered our lives, transforming the way we live, work, learn, communicate and play. In education, video can be found at the heart and the helm of some of the most innovative trends in higher education: to achieve deeper learning during face-to-face time, as primary part of content in distance and blended learning situations, especially in MOOCs. This one day workshop aims to bring together some of the most innovative practitioners involved in providing video services in European Higher Education Institutions to discuss and exchange experiences, to highlight collective challenges and to explore opportunities for collaboration. It builds on the successful workshops held on lecture capture in Leuven in 2012 and 2013 prior to the Media & Learning Conference.

This full day pre-conference event is organised by the Media & Learning Association SIG on Video in Higher Education in association with the new SIG Media & Education from SURFnet in the Netherlands which brings together the previous work of the WEBstroom and Weblectures SIGs.

Programme

10.00 Opening Plenary session:
Frameworks and strategies for getting the most out of video in Higher Education

Jack Koumi, Educational Media Production Training, UK Potent Pedagogic Roles for Video

Zac Woolfitt, Inholland University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam, UK
Video Teaching: An essential skill for lecturers in the 21st Century

Moderator:  Esther Breuker, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

11.00 Coffee in Cafeteria  
11.30

Innovative uses of video in Higher Education

This presentation and discussion session will feature a series of case studies from different universities in Europe highlighting innovative practices and recent developments.

Yvonne Crotty, DCU, Ireland The importance of having your own vision for video at higher ed!

Sigurd Kristian Brinch, Agder University Norway Easy Lecture Capture integration with Kaltura

Davey van der Heijden, Elevate Health, University Medical Center Utrecht and Utrecht University, The Netherlands Elevate Health: Successful Use of Enhanced Weblectures in Online Education (An Enthusiastic Use Case)

Stuart Phillipson, James Perrin and Andy Wilson, University of Manchester, UK Innovative Tools in Open Source Lecture Capture

Marie-Christine Monget, eCampus at Telecom&Management SudParis, France Using lecture capture to enhance student engagement with UbiCast lecture capture and delivery solution

Moderator: Sylvia Moes, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands

12.45 Lunch in Cafeteria  
13.30

Networking and round table discussion sessions
in G42 and Cafeteria

This afternoon session will feature a number of round table discussion sessions that are intended as a way to share ideas and best practices. Each will be moderated and a short report with the main findings and recommendations from each will be posted on the Media & Learning Association website.

At the same time technology providers are welcome to set up individual discussions and small demonstrations.

 

Topics under discussion are:

  • Open Standards for Video in Higher Education
  • Added value of using video in Higher Education
  • IPR and ownership issues
  • Emerging devices and technologies to support video in Higher Education

 

 

15.30 Coffee in Cafeteria  
16.00

Round table panel discussion with technology providers outlining a road-map on future developments

 

 

Moderator: Mathy Vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium
16.45

Closing plenary to include a report back from the round table sessions and main conclusions and recommendations

 

 

Moderator:  Yvonne Crotty, DCU, Ireland
17.15 Reception in Cafeteria  
18.00 Close  

Future Classroom Lab Visit

Location: European Schoolnet
19 November 2014, 14:30-17:00
Registration is available through the Media & Learning Conference registration page.

The Future Classroom Lab has been created to help visualise how conventional classrooms and other learning spaces can be reorganised to support changing styles of teaching and learning. It has been designed as a “Living Lab” for how ICT can be implemented in schools and where policy makers, ICT suppliers, teachers and educational researchers can come together to:

  • Rethink how new technologies can support the educational reform process at both national and European level
  • Engage in regular workshops, seminars and courses on how existing and emerging technologies can have a transformative effect on teaching and learning processes
  • Develop new economic models in order that teaching and learning activities designed for the future classroom can be mainstreamed and taken to scale

During the visit to the Future Classroom Lab you will be able to:

  • Discover six different learning spaces, each of which highlighting specific areas of learning and teaching and helping to rethink different points: physical space, resources, changing roles of student and teacher, and how to support different learning styles
  • Learn about EUN projects linked with the Future Classroom Lab (iTEC, CPDLab, Living Schools Lab)
  • See and test learning technologies for schools

The number of places in the visit session are limited so an early booking is recommended.

 


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