Take a look at this! Building expertise and sharing experience in using video to support higher education in Europe
Practically every European university and college of further and higher education is struggling to cope with the relentless upsurge in video usage. Demand for support amongst academics and students is on the increase as video becomes an increasingly common pedagogical tool while research into the use of video in learning settings is relatively unknown. On the service side, hosting and sharing requirements often outstrip the available services while external services providers jostle with in-house developers in trying to put in place workable and affordable solutions.
This one day workshop will bring together experienced video practitioners and service providers to present and demonstrate innovative practices that work. It will include talks, demonstrations and networking opportunities and is open to anyone interested in discussing the use of video in higher education.
This event is organised by the Video in Higher Education SIG of the Media & Learning Association and the Media & Education SIG of SURFnet in the Netherlands. It is realised as part of the Media & Learning conference organised by the Flemish Ministry of Education, the Media & Learning Association and the European Commission.
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Registration cost: If you are already registered to attend the Media & Learning Conference on 10-11 March, then the cost of attending this workshop is €60. If you are only attending this workshop, then the cost of attending the workshop is €90. Registration includes lunch and coffee breaks as well as a closing reception and is exclusive of VAT.
Note: If you do not wish to attend the conference but only want to participate in the pre-conference workshop on 9 March, select "pre-conference workshop only" and "Video in higher education" in the right side options of the registration form.
Frameworks and strategies for getting the most out of video in Higher Education
Opening Plenary session with a welcome on behalf of the Media & Learning Association
Jörn Loviscach, Fachhochschule Bielefeld university of Applied Sciences, Germany
Videos, quizzes, and flipped teaching: lessons learned Jos Fransen, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Using video to facilitate interactions in the learning process
Moderator: Esther Breuker, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Networking and Introductions during Coffee in Cafeteria
Best Practices in European Universities and Colleges
This presentation and discussion session will feature a series of case studies from different universities and colleges in Europe highlighting innovative practices and recent developments.
Erik Boon, VU University, The NetherlandsBridging the gap between Pro and DIY: almost effortless recording for teachers
Clive Young, University College London, UKThe impact of video becoming mainstream across the whole UCL campus
Sonia Hetzner, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, GermanyLow budget but with quality, a simple Video-Rucksack approach
Moderator: Sylvia Moes, VU University, The Netherlands
Lunch in Cafeteria
Workshop on Video Production for
This workshop will offer a hands-on experience covering the creation and use of videos in higher education with a focus on mobile learning. The content will cover video production objectives, tools, processes and uses. A hands-on activity with tablets that takes participants through the entire process of production from video scripting to presentation.
offered by Blair Stevenson, Janne Länsitie and Juha Pousi, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, School of Vocational Teacher Education, Finland
Quick dive sessions
30 minute sessions that will demonstrate a tool or functionality and are intended for participants to share ideas about useful tools and approaches.
We invite all participants to give input to the quick dive sessions via Padlet walls available online. To find them click on the titles of the sessions.
Coffee in Cafeteria
Does production value still count? Join the debate!
Join our closing debate to discuss the merits or otherwise of production values in educational video production as our speakers make the case – or not – for production values.
Matt McCurdy, Vice President of Education, Mediasite by Sonic Foundry, USA
Yannick Mahé, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
Clive Young, University College London, UK
Blair Stevenson, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Moderator: Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium
Reception in Cafeteria
|Date:||Wednesday 9 March 2016|
10:00 to 18:00
|Location:||Ministry of Education and Training, Brussels|
|Cost:||€60 (if attending the conference)|
€90 (workshop only)