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Development of “Connecting with Online Learners via Video: Success strategies” @Cambrian_Jess @CineJefft #GlobalSummit18 #onlinelearning2018 #I4PL2018

At the Online Learning 2018 conference, there were blocks of presentations which were usually on the same topic that were grouped together in a one-hour time-slot and given 15 minutes each.  In some cases it worked – and in others, it did not work well. It was clear that some of the presenters did not have enough time to get through the valuable points in their presentation in just 15 minutes. As presenters in this situation, it took a lot of […]

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Building Empathy through Video with @HeatherThomson_ #GlobalSummit18 #onlinelearning2018 #I4PL2018

Building Empathy Video is being used by Heather to build empathy among students in a nursing program. What stood out to me was two things – how important empathy is and that it decreases over time in a nursing program. I have some guesses as to why that may be, but that is a topic for another post. pic.twitter.com/wK4W7nICwn — Laura Killam (@NurseKillam) October 18, 2018 The VR video was really amazing for showing the patient’s view of what was […]

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The Neuroscience of Effective Video for Learning #I4PL2018 #GlobalSummit18 @Skillsoft

Understanding the science behind video based learning #onlinelearning2018 #GlobalSummit18 pic.twitter.com/TdJNB9KcJQ — Jeanette Caron (@Tw_Jeanette) October 16, 2018 At the Online Learning 2018 conference I had the opportunity to examine the neuroscience behind effective video production.  Mark outlined some of the research he has been involved in in collaboration with MIT and Accenture. Previous research found that students were more successful when video was interesting. They set out to find out what makes video interesting. Some ideas activities like quizzes have been […]

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Will you accept the challenge? Calling all #9x9x25 video creators!

Yesterday two key things happened: I made a challenge and accepted it. The Presentation Jeff, Jess, and I hosted a professional development double-dip that turned into more of a unique presentation to faculty than we thought. In preparation for Online Learning 2018, we piloted a 15 minute Easy DIY Video Success Strategies session for faculty. After the session, we sought faculty feedback and re-designed the session. It was a happy coincidence that this session was also a perfect follow up for […]

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Open Media: Using audio and video as part of open teaching practice with @Cambrian_Jess @hj_dewaard and @eCampusOntario #OEFellow

Today I was excited to be part of the first of five webinars by eCampusOntario’s Open Fellows. It was exciting to see so many people engaged in the chat! They were so engaged I couldn’t keep up. We hope that we have inspired our audience to give audio or video a try in their teaching. We all believe that the use of audio or video helps to meet the needs of learners, makes you seem human and helps to build […]

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Family Fun on @YouTube for #Kids #KidFriendly #YouTubeKids #KidsYouTube

My kids wanted to start a YouTube channel. We agreed, after all: Why not? They are learning to be confident, creative, and developing presentation skills among other things. They will keep picking up more skills as they try new things with our help. They couldn’t quite agree on one focus so we ended up with two family channels: Flexible Fun and Froggy Fun House. We wanted to start one … but Jennifer and Mike insisted on having their own. Flexible Fun […]

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How @YouTube can Expand Presentation Opportunities: Looking Back to #FoL18 with @draggin and @jozbfz

I was updating my CV and realized I had not blogged about the amazing experience I had presenting virtually at the BC Festival of learning. What a shame! Tweets just aren’t enough to express my gratitude for this experience. It was a great experience. I recommend it. Thanks for attending and including me in the #FoL18 discussion. https://t.co/D2oVul7ZCC — Laura Killam (@NurseKillam) May 31, 2018   My co-presenters Jason Toal and Jon Fulton made this possible. One of the great things […]

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Creative uses of YouTube: Discussing ways to make Video Work #AdvLearn2018

At Advancing Learning, I was able to connect with educators interested in leveraging video in their classroom. This presentation was more discussion based than the last one. Today I briefly introduced myself and answered questions of the audience using the website below as a reference. Presentation: Click Here. Sched Listing: Click Here. geralt / Pixabay I hope that participants were inspired to give video creation a try. The discussion was engaging. Some questions I was able to address based on my experience. Other […]

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Creating Connections For Learning Through YouTube

@NurseKillam and @JessicaOReill17 on using video in instruction #CNIE2018Sudbury pic.twitter.com/yFTzIchnbr — Diane P. Janes, PhD (@Diane_Janes) May 16, 2018 Jessica and I presented about ways YouTube can be used in education to enhance student learning. We heard from the audience and even live streamed the session with the support of Extron Electronics (an event sponsor). The “slides” are actually a website, which is designed to be an open resource that I will continue to add to. We encourage you to […]

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Frustrations with my first #OER YouTube video … I will be open – maybe – If YouTube lets me?

Armed with years of YouTube video-making experience, open videos on YouTube that I wanted to adapt in the spirit of openness, and a passion for open educational resources (OER) I set out to make my first CC BY licensed YouTube video. Today I reflect on the challenges I experienced as I put together the video below … and realized that my video might not actually be as open as I wanted it to be on YouTube.   In a previous […]

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