This workshop will help you to learn how to create effective educational videos. Learn some top tips and tricks that you can put into practice for yourself.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
- How can I review, choose and create the most effective educational videos to use with my students?
- Help! I need help to create educational videos, and other multimedia learning resources too, in ways which will support effective student learning.
Through this you will...
Through this workshop participants will explore what works (and doesn’t work!) within existing educational videos (including through a short pre-task reviewing a number of examples) and will develop an understanding of the cognitive theory of multimedia learning.
Participants will look at the practical application of Mayer’s multimedia principles and engage in activities to consider the ways that the principles relate to one another.
During the latter half of the session participants will work on designing or improving an educational video (or other multimedia learning resource) of their own, and will go away with a new/improved resource to use in their own teaching.
Who would benefit from this workshop
All L&T staff who produce or are interested in producing educational videos or other multimedia learning resources.
How can I sign up?
To book a place on this workshop, please email Marie Graham.
The workshop will help you integrate effective videos when planning your courses and activities
This workshop will develop participant understanding of the cognitive theory of multimedia learning & the practical implications for using and designing educational videos.
Within this workshop participants will engage in practical activities creating or improving educational videos.
This workshop will help ensure that your multimedia materials reflect Mayer’s multimedia principles, based on extensive and sound research evidence.
Supporting HEA fellowship
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Staff for whom teaching or learning support is a significant element of their role such as staff with experience as
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Experienced HE teaching staff able to demonstrate sustained impact & influence on the L&T practice of others over a number of years, through