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Canadian Network of Innovation in Education Abstract

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Creating Connections For Learning Through YouTube | May 16, 2018

Laura Killam, Jessica O’Reilly

  1. Why use Videos for Teaching
  2. Why Make Videos
  3. Legal Considerations
  4. Pimp your Video!
  5. Growth Strategies

(Note: the socks are from eCampusOntario and were worn to promote attendance at our afternoon panel)

Advancing Learning Abstract

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Creative uses of YouTube: Discussing ways to make Video Work | May 25, 2018

Laura Killam

  1. Do you need to be on camera? +Tips for getting started.
  2. Planning: What to Say … Scripting vs. Speaking Points
  3. Feeling Comfortable on Camera
  4. Target Duration: Audience Retention
  5. Tips for Recording
  6. Editing: DIY vs. Done for you
  7. Editing Audio
  8. Editing Video
  9. Uploading: More than a Title!
  10. AODA
  11. Licensing Matters
  12. Getting Students to Create Videos
  13. A Note of Caution
  14. Introductions
  15. Why Make Open Videos
  16. Live Streaming – synchronous vs asynchronous

Cambrian Hub

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YouTube for Teaching | May 29, 2018

Jeff Tranchemontagne and Laura Killam

  1. Getting Students to Create Videos
  2. A Note of Caution

 

BC Festival of Learning Abstract

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YouTube for Higher Education: A Discussion-Based Approach for Promoting Growth | May 30, 2018

Laura Killam (Cambrian College), Jon Fulton (Thompson Rivers University), Jason Toal (SFU)

  1. Introductions
  2. Why Make Open Videos
  3. Live Streaming – synchronous vs asynchronous
  4. The YouTube CC-BY myth?
  5. YouTube around BC (SFU and TRU cases)

 

 

 

A SplotPoint created by Laura Killam, Jessica O’Reilly (Cambrian College), Jon Fulton (Thompson Rivers University), Jason Toal (SFU)

May 2018

 

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