M&L webinar: Effective assessment practices for video-based learning
Thursday 16 February 2017 - 16.00 CET
Matt Howcroft, University of Derby, UK
Matt Howcroft is a Media Adviser at the University of Derby supporting the College of Education, the College of Engineering and Technology and the College of Arts in the creation of media for teaching and learning. Matt specialises in student media creation for assessment, particularly looking at the use of mobile devices and online editing software. Prior to working as a Media Adviser, Matt worked for 15 years as a professional photographer.
Marko Glaubitz, University of Freiburg, Germany
Marko Glaubitz is an e-learning consultant and learning technology enthusiast who is working at the University of Freiburg in Germany. He graduated in Maths and English in 2010. His interests are in collaborative and social learning scenarios, self-directed online learning and breaking up the passivity of online learning content and media, such as videos and screencasts. He is an active member of the ILIAS open source community and has successully realised a number of developments for the open source LMS software ILIAS (www.ilias.de), such as the Interactive Video plugin for ILIAS. He is currenty involved in implementing engaging blended-learning elements both in curricular study programmes at Freiburg University and in a bunch of continuing education programmes developed as a part of the German federal research project "Offene Hochschule – Windows for Continuing Education", which are exclusively laid out as fully online or blended learning courses.