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M&L webinar: The creation of videos to support students’ learning

M&L webinar: The creation of videos to support students’ learning

Date: 
Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 15:00 - 16:00
Location: 
online


M&L webinar: The creation of videos to support students’ learning

Thursday 5 February 2015 - 15:00 CET

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Videos are increasingly being used to support student learning with students either viewing videos or participating in the production of videos as part of their studies. This webinar will showcase two case studies from different parts in Europe (Finland & UK), where video is used to support, improve and activate students' learning.
 
Our first speaker Janne Länsitie  from the Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland will discuss a recent international hackathon-style event titled the Educational Video Challenge that brought teacher education students together to co-produce educational videos.
 
Janne will be followed by Morris Pamplin & Martin Agombar, both Educational Technologists working at the Multimedia and Innovation Learning Lab (MILL) of the City University London, they will tell how they are supporting academic staff to create high-level video based learning resources in different subjects such as Engineering, Law & Health Sciences.
 
The webinar will focus on the key question of: how are university-level students & teachers currently using and producing videos to support their subject area?
 

Check out the Slides!


Speakers

Janne Länsitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland

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Janne Länsitie works at the Oulu University of Applied Sciences as a teacher trainer at the School of Vocational Teacher Education, where he is teaching and developing teacher training for the Finnish vocational teacher training system. His background in communication, drama, visual arts, technology, sports and gaming have been of huge influence in how he believes education should be developing. Currently he is developing a variety of drama, video pedagogy, games and edutech tools as a part of a blended learning environment he is also involved in the EduLab Oulu Teacher Education Program.
 

Morris Pamplin, City University London, UK    

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Morris Pamplin is Senior Educational Technologist in Learning Enhancement and Development, City University London. He is responsible for the Multimedia and Innovation Learning Lab (MILL) which is a central university facility dedicated to help staff and students get the most out of the multimedia technologies. They do this by providing facilities, software & equipment, support & training in a range of multimedia creation tools, collaborating with students to produce multimedia and giving expert training to enable the creation of high-quality multimedia resources. Before joining City University London he worked in learning support at Lewisham College.

Martin Agombar, City University London, UK    

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Martin Agombar is an Educational Technologist, also based in Learning Enhancement and Development. As well as working in the MILL, Martin works with the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, supporting technology-enhanced learning across the school. He has a background in Engineering and educational technology training, having worked at Imperial College and London Metropolitan University. He has a keen interest in animation and film-making.

 

Moderator

Blair Stevenson, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland

 

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