A taxonomy of course videos produced by UAF eLearning
Video can be an important part of a rich online course, particularly for increasing instructor presence and delivering domain knowledge. It’s also something that students now expect to see in a sophisticated course. In this session, we will discuss recommended video types and become familiar with eLearning’s professional media production capabilities. We will then proceed to the Media Production Studio to shoot your own Learning Glass video to use in your course. We will also have a chance to shoot greenscreen video for those interested.
- Watch the video Learning Glass Tips for Use.
- Plan a three minute Learning Glass video to shoot in the studio. You may want to sketch out a basic outline, draw a map of the board, or simply just come prepared to briefly present on a topic you know well.
- Consider reviewing the iTeachU page on Crafting Video for Instruction and Feedback.
A greenscreen shoot in the eLearning Production Studio:
The control room in the eLearning Media Production Studio:
A Learning Glass example video:
A greenscreen content video:
See Hansch, A., Hillers, L., McConachie, K., Newman, C., Schildhauer, T., & Schmidt, P. (2015). Video and online learning: Critical reflections and findings from the field for a more in-depth and critical review of different types of course video content.