Posts tagged "video"
Acting on student feedback from the NTSU, lecture capture equipment has been installed into all teaching rooms with a capacity of at least 50 students. The system is based on audio recording that links to PowerPoint or other visuals.
Our colleagues at York’s St Johns University have published excellent resources on their blog.
Online video content from external sites such as YouTube and Vimeo can be embedded into a number of NOW tools to help provide engaging resources for your students.
A while back – May 7th 2015 to be precise – I participated in the Media and Learning Association (M&L) webinar: Recent findings from research on video and pedagogy (http://association.media-and-learning.
We’ve been a little busy here in the Digital Practice team, putting together a new programme that we hope will be of interest to colleagues in a variety of ways.
We’d like to welcome Paul Dyson, eLearning Specialist at NTU as another guest blogger here on the Digital Practie blog.
How to Autoplay and/or set the Start/End times of your embedded Videos.
20ish ways I use video as a lecturer, Dr Stuart Jolly, Sports Science
Dr Stuart Jolly, Course Leader for BSc Coaching and Sport Science, has put together examples of how he uses video as a lecturer.