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Creating In-house Video Tutorials to enhance campus training sessions. Lindsay Hutchins Matts Educational Technologist. Introduction to William Mitchell College of Law. Learning Outcomes. Knowledge of Best Practices in E-learning

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Creating in house video tutorials to enhance campus training sessions

Creating In-house Video Tutorials to enhance campus training sessions

Lindsay Hutchins Matts

Educational Technologist


Introduction to william mitchell college of law

Introduction to William Mitchell College of Law


Learning outcomes

Learning Outcomes

  • Knowledge of Best Practices in E-learning

  • Better understanding of screen-sharing/ video capture software products

  • How can you use these tools at your institution?


E learning is

E-learning is:

Content and instructional methods delivered on a computer and designed to build knowledge and skills related to individual or organizational goals


Important aspects of an e lesson

Important Aspects of an e-lesson

  • Instructional Methods

    Teaching techniques

  • Instructional Media

    Delivery Agents: Computers, books, handouts, instructors

  • Media Elements

    Text, graphics, audio


6 principles for effective e learning mayer

6 Principles for Effective e-learning (Mayer)

  • Multimedia Principle

  • Contiguity Principle

  • Modality Principle

  • Redundancy Principle

  • Coherence Principle

  • Personalization Principle


Why is this important

Why is this Important


Multimedia principle

Multimedia Principle

Adding graphics to words can improve learning

Sun


Creating in house video tutorials to enhance campus training sessions

Types of Graphics

Decorative


Representational

Representational


Organizational

Organizational

http://www.washlaw.edu/doclaw/orgchart/mainog.html


Relational

Relational


Transformational

Transformational

http://gemssty.com/2007/04/15/transformers-from-other-objects/


Interpretive

Interpretive


Contiguity principle

Contiguity Principle

Placing text near graphics improves learning


Modality principle

Modality Principle

Explaining graphics with audio can improve learning


Redundancy principle

Redundancy Principle

Explaining graphics with audio and redundant text can hurt learning.

Don’t read off of the screen


Coherence principle

Coherence Principle

Using gratuitous visuals, text, and sounds can hurt learning

http://www.utipu.com/app/tip/id/8/


Personalization principle

Personalization Principle

Use a conversational tone and

pedagogical agents to increase learning.


6 principles for effective e learning

6 Principles for Effective e-learning

  • Multimedia Principle

  • Contiguity Principle

  • Modality Principle

  • Redundancy Principle

  • Coherence Principle

  • Personalization Principle


Questions to ask

Questions to ask:;

  • What is the goal of the screencast?

  • Who is your audience?

  • What is the time frame?


Creating in house video tutorials to enhance campus training sessions

Goals in an e-lesson


Screencasting products

Screencasting Products


Jing www jingproject com

Jing: www.jingproject.com

Best for: Quick & Dirty “On the Fly” tutorials

Upsides:

Free

5 minute videos or less

Screencapture & Screencast

Hosted (on screencast.com)

Capture window, pan or region

Customizable buttons

Customize screenshots

Embedding/sharing

Downsides:

5 minutes or less

Can’t edit videos (unless you have Camtasia)

Can’t add text

Free = Jing branding

No webcam recording (on $ v.)

SWF only (MPEG-4 on $ v.)


Example of a jing screencast

Example of a Jing Screencast

http://screencast.com/t/mC4Yt5oGMj


Utipu www utipu com

uTipu www.utipu.com

Best for: Quick & Dirty “On the Fly” tutorials

Upsides:

Free

Add in notes within timeline

Hosted

Public & Private videos

Full screen default, zoom options

Embedding/sharing

Annotations

Some editing features – text notes & rerecord voice

Downsides:

20 minutes or less

Can’t edit videos

No webcam recording (on $ v.)

SWF only (MPEG-4 on $ v.)

Branded in free version


Example of a utipu screencast

Example of a uTipu Screencast

How to Use uTipu


Adobe captivate www adobe com products captivate

Adobe Captivate www.adobe.com/products/captivate/

Upsides:

Create Table of Contents

Multiple Recording types –

Software simulation, scenario simulation, template

No time limit on recordings

Capture window, pan or region

Import PowerPoint slides

Embedding

Export handouts with little post production

Annotations

Downsides:

Expensive

Large files

Robust

Needs lots of processing power

Mac version is in beta

Best for: Published, officially dispersed, watched by many tutorials


Using captivate

Using Captivate

How it works

Examples

Using Web Courses

Using Millennium Circulation

Navigating the Student Web


Review of products

Review of products


Already online

Already Online:

  • Atomic Learning –

    • www.atomiclearning.com

  • Lynda

    • www.lynda.com

  • CALI

    • www.cali.org


Questions comments concerns

Questions, Comments, Concerns?


Suggested readings

Suggested Readings

Clark, R.C. and Mayer, R.E. (2002).E-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

Clark, R.C. (1999). Developing Technical Training: A Structured Approach for Developing Classroom and Computer-Based Instructional Materials. Silver Spring, MD: International Society for Performance Improvement.


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