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From DIY to Studio: Supporting Faculty with Online Presentation Development

Steven Crawford (Arizona State University, USA)
Session Information
July 7, 2015 - 1:00pm
Faculty Development & Student Support
Areas of Special Interest: 
None of the above
Major Emphasis of Presentation: 
Innovation and Experimentation
Institutional Level: 
Multiple Levels
Audience Level: 
Session Type: 
Information Session
Governor's Square 10
Session Duration: 
50 Minutes
Concurrent Session 1

Through the application of a Continuum of Online Presentations model, we are able to provide faculty members options in developing online presentations.

Extended Abstract

Supporting faculty members as they create online presentations for their blended learning courses has become an increasingly complex task for teaching and learning centers. The approach that is often used by these centers is to divide the creation process into two categories: 1) a hands-off approach where faculty members are on their own to develop their own presentations or 2) manage the production process and provide professional grade audio and video production services. The difference between these two approaches can lead to inconsistent quality of the online presentations which could ultimately impact student success.

We have proposed a project planning model as a way to support faculty members in both categories: a Continuum of Online Presentations. This continuum allows the team to provide support to faculty members by considering five factors: 1) amount of time faculty member has to develop a presentation, 2) the amount of effort a faculty member wants to dedicate to developing a presentation on their own, 3) the costs of the tools required to develop the presentation, 4) the anticipated longevity of the presentation, and 5) the alignment of the audio/video production level to the expected instructional use pattern. By applying this continuum, we are able to assist faculty members to choose the best possible approach for developing online presentations.

Lead Presenter

Steven has worked in higher education for over fifteen years in a variety of roles. During this time, he has worked with faculty to develop materials for online delivery either for fully online or blended courses. He is a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer, QM Licensed Facilitator, and a MERLOT Peer Reviewer.
Currently he is the Project Manager, Instructional Design at E3: Evaluation & Educational Excellence within Educational Support Services at ASU Health Solutions. In this role, he oversees the multimedia, instructional, and communication services support group for classroom, blended, and online learning.