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Online Learning 2018 Abstract

Connecting with Online Learners via Video: Success Strategies | October 17, 2018

Laura Killam, Jeff Tranchemontagne, and Jessica O’Reilly

  1. Click here for the slides.
  2. Click here for the padlet.
  3. Click here for the planning document.

Cambrian Hub

Easy DIY Video Success Strategies | October 2, 2018, and October 9, 2018

Jeff Tranchemontagne, Laura Killam and Jessica O’Reilly

  1. Click here for the padlet.
  2. Click here for the planning document.
  3. Click here for the slides.

*The focus of this session was hands-on practice for participants. It was not recorded.


eCampusOntario Open Education Fellows Fall Webinar Series Abstract

Open Media: Using Audio and Video as a Part of Open Teaching Practice | September 25, 2018

Laura Killam, Jessica O’Reilly, and Helen DeWaard

  1. Click here for the slides.
  2. Click here for the reflection with embedded links to activities.
  3. The webinar series is posted here.

https://youtu.be/tflaSA_avhU


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)
  6. Easy DIY Video Success Strategies | October 9, 2018

 


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

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

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)


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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