About the webinar
MOOCs have always been associated with intensive use of video, early MOOCs were based almost entirely on video recordings of lectures, discussions, talking heads or interviews, and even though the production value may be modest, video still remains one of the highest costs on a MOOC budget. Increasingly the question is raised which kinds of videos lead to the best student learning outcomes in a MOOC? And which production techniques and methods provide a higher learning efficiency. In this webinar, we provide an overview of both production techniques and pedagogical approaches related to the use of video in MOOCs. This webinar aims at encouraging MOOC authors to explore new ways of using video.
Deborah Arnold, University of Burgundy, France
Deborah Deborah Arnold runs the AIDE-numérique department (Support for Innovation and Development in Digital Teaching and Learning), part of the Centre for Information Systems and Digital Practice at Université de Bourgogne in France. From 2000 to 2011 she worked as a project manager at Vidéoscop, the audiovisual and multimedia production department of Université Nancy 2. She has a background in teaching and training, media production and instructional design as well as many years’ experience in European projects.
Deborah is Communication Vice-President and Executive Committee member for EDEN (European Distance and E-learning Network) and is co-author of a MOOC on social media for teaching and learning.
Mathy, ATiT, Belgium
With a background in audio-visual production, Mathy worked for the audio-visual service of the Catholic University of Leuven for more than 15 years as director and production manager. Since 1998, Mathy is co-director of ATiT. He is regularly called upon to offer consultancy services in the integration of specific ICT tools and multimedia services in the education process and clients have included the European Commission, European Schools network, the European Space Agency, The World Bank, etc. Mathy was visiting lecturer MultiMedia Management at the Interfaculty in Maastricht (NL). He is author of several publications on the use of media in education and of scenarios of use of media in education. Mathy is chairperson of the Judging Committee of the MEDEA Awards and Secretary of the MEDEA Association for Media and Learning.
Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium
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