Video in the Academy : Presentation & Discussion
Milstein Room, University Library
July 16 2014 – 10:00-11:30 am.
Presenter : Gareth Bish (Alexander Street Press)
This presentation will cover the significance, increasing demand for, and transformative role of streamed video for scholarly research and teaching.
While faculty, globally, are anticipating higher use of academic video, there are still a number of challenges faced when seeking to integrate video into academic practice.
This presentation will examine how these challenges have been addressed, to ensure the best practice of video use within academia – leading ultimately to enhanced learning experience and improved academic performance.
It will also invite participants to consider what more we need to do to help make the use of video more effective within the academy across the disciplines. As such, the session will include a live demonstration, and interactive/informal Q&A and discussion.
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