Train Faculty to Create Effective and Accessible Course Videos for Academic Continuity

Date of broadcast: Tue, 04/21/20
As colleges and universities are shifting rapidly to online learning, it is crucial to maintain academic continuity and connect with students across distance and digital devices. Instructors need ways to humanize online content beyond text-based interactions.

Video is an ideal way to keep the human element in online courses, adding personalization that increases instructor presence, builds stronger instructor-student relationships, and promotes greater student engagement. In this webinar, learn to train faculty on how to quickly make the most effective and engaging videos. It isn’t as hard as faculty may think!

Learn how to:

  • Offer effective training that empowers instructors
  • Guide faculty to create content that is engaging and effective
  • Help faculty measure the quality of online course videos
  • Encourage faculty to get comfortable with the sound of their own voice on video
  • Select video elements you can train faculty to include in quality online courses
  • Include accessibility elements for ADA compliance

Scheduled speakers:

Ryan Eash

Instructional Designer

TechSmith

Who will benefit:

Higher ed leaders interested in course videos or accessibility. Anyone may attend.

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