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From the Desktop ToThe Classroom: Using "ON DEMAND" Video to Support Instruction

Angela Robbins (University of Cincinnati, USA)
BJ Zirger (University of Cincinnati, USA)
Session Information
October 14, 2015 - 2:45pm
Technology and Emerging Learning Environments
Major Emphasis of Presentation: 
Blended Program/Degree
Institutional Level: 
Universities and Four Year Institutions
Audience Level: 
Session Type: 
Information Session
Oceanic 3
Session Duration: 
45 Minutes
Concurrent Session 3

Using "On Demand" video to support instruction is quickly becoming a standard tool for faculty in both face-to-face and online courses.

Extended Abstract

Using "On Demand" video to support instruction is quickly becoming a standard tool for faculty in both face-to-face and online courses. This technology, if used effectively, can encourage active engagement of learners and create a stronger faculty presence in the course. Through the use of Kaltura Media, Camtasia, Adobe Connect, and the Blackboard Learn Management system, the presenter will demonstrate methods of integrating asynchronous video to support student learning by way of recording lecturettes, implementing help sessions, providing student feedback, and introducing assignments and assessments.

The Objective
Upon successful completion of this session, the participants will be able to:

* Explain how video media can be effectively used to support online and blended classroom instruction.
* Recognize opportunities for integrating asynchronous media into online and face-to-face courses to encourage a strong faculty presence.
* Implement lecturettes, help sessions, content reviews, announcements, and student evaluation feedback via online media tools.

Intended Audience
The intended audience for this group is faculty who utilize online learning management systems and/or instructional designers or technologists, and/or staff who provide faculty training and development.

Planned Interaction with Participants
Participants will be shown actual test cases that have been used in higher education face-to-face, blended and online courses. The participants will be introduced to the Kaltura Media building block in the Bb learning management system as well as an alternative screen capture system, Camtasia. In addition, the presenter will illustrate how other tools such as Adobe Connect web conferencing tool can further enhance student engagement and learning. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.

Creating teacher presence in a course, whether it is online or face-to-face, can often be a difficult task. Students want to feel that their individual needs are being addressed and met in a timely manner. When courses are created for online delivery this content is often developed before the course begins so being responsive to individual needs can be challenging. With the use of "On Demand" video, instructors are able to customize content and feedback in order to be more responsive.
"On Demand" video creation can be effectively utilized in a number of ways. One popular application is for "fast and personalized" feedback. Students are more likely to listen and retain an instructor's comments if it is relevant and specific to their work. Other faculty have used this tool for providing help sessions. The ease of use of this video tool enables users to quickly create materials that pertain to current learning gaps. Clarifying assignments and expectations is another application that is especially valuable for students in online or blended courses. Certainly the applications for this technology will only grow as faculty explore and become more proficient in its use.

Technical Needs
Access to a computer (or connection to a projector), projector, and internet are required for this presentation.
Session Outline
Following is a complete list of all session deliverables:
Why do we use video to support online instruction? (5 minutes)
How media is being used to support online, blended and face-to-face learning (5 minutes)
* Lecturettes
* Help Sessions
* Providing Student Feedback
* Assignment/Assessment Clarification
* Virtual Course Tours
* Option for Cancelled Courses when Inclement Weather Occurs
Actual test cases to illustrate video (Kaltura, Camtasia, Adobe Connect) implementation (10 minutes)
Q&A (5 minutes)

The integration of video into our online and hybrid courses has drastically changed the way we deliver our courses and has positively impacted how we interact with our students. Since the implementation of media into the course room, the student to teacher relationship has been stronger than ever. We hope that you accept this proposal as we would be honored to share our practices with the QM community.

Lead Presenter

Angela Robbins is the Lindner College of Business Senior Instructional Designer. She holds a MSE in Curriculum and Instruction and a MS in Instructional Design for Online Learning. Angela has served as a Program Director in both UCÕs Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy and as an Adjunct Instructor in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, & Human Services. She provides instructional and program design expertise for the development and support of the LCB online eLearning programs. She is responsible for assisting faculty in the design of online coursework and instructional practices, development of learning resources, and re-visioning of courses and course segments to electronic delivery methods. Angela is excellent at translating pedagogical research and practice into instructional curriculum specifically crafted to produce desired learning outcomes. http://business.uc.edu/technology/InstructionalDesign.html