DIY Welcome Video Workshops

Jennifer FarrowCanvas, Featured, Video learningLeave a Comment

The DSC Digital Learning Team are running workshops for teaching staff to learn more about recording their own videos. You can use a multitude of recording devices to create your masterpiece, from the webcam in your computer to the mobile phone in your pocket. We will provide you with tips and tricks for recording your videos with ease, on your … Read More

Canvas Video Capture

Howard ErreyCanvas, PluginsLeave a Comment

Canvas has a marvellous tool in the editor that creates a video from your webcam, places it where you are editing and saves it to the Arc repository. This is potentially the easiest way to create welcome videos except that it requires your browser flash player to be up to date. Every time I have gone to demonstrate this feature in … Read More

21 ways to use video in your teaching

Leigh BlackallContent development, Examples of practice, Experience, How to, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment, Video learning2 Comments

We have a page for over all Video Teaching that gives a snapshot of other pages and blog posts that have the category “How to” with a corresponding tag relevant to video, such as “Youtube“, “Hangouts” or “Video“. Here are 21 articles from that archive that you might find useful if you’re thinking to use video in your teaching, or if … Read More

Talking the Walk: Innovating in footwear, Step 2

Emma YenchContent development, Current thinking in learning design, Examples of practice, Flexible learning, Learning design, Mobile learning, Pathways, Professional development, Project types, Strategic alignment, Video learningLeave a Comment

In an attempt to address this plaintive refrain and reduce the number of times Andrew needs to repeat standard demonstrations, basic machine and technique procedures have been filmed and edited into sequences of short videos, assembled into playlists in YouTube and linked to the relevant machine or tool by QR code. The hope is that this will help streamline the … Read More

How to: Create videos using Hangouts on Air

Andrea McLaganCurrent thinking in learning design, Flexible learning, How to, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment1 Comment

create video using Google Hangouts on Air

You can use Google Hangouts on Air to create a video which you can then edit, manage and release on YouTube. The following document will step you through the process of creating a video using Google Hangouts on Air. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should you want to learn … Read More

How to: Use Google Hangouts and Hangouts on Air

Andrea McLaganCurrent thinking in learning design, Flexible learning, How to, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignmentLeave a Comment

use google hangouts

What are Google Hangouts? Google Hangouts is a video, chat and broadcast platform that you can use for multiple purposes, including: The following document will step you through the process of using Google Hangouts and Hangouts on Air. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should you want to learn more. … Read More

Closed Captioning videos on Youtube

Andrea McLaganFeatured, How to, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment, Systems1 Comment

Closed captioning

Video and audio resources are a valuable way to supplement course materials, and over the past year our team has posted on this blog about how to create these types of resources and use Youtube to manage them. (Just click the Youtube or video tags below this post to see those posts.) When creating a video it is also important to provide … Read More