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Media & Learning Webinars - Lecture Capture & Video Use in HE SIG series

Past webinars






16 March 2017

16.00 CET

New formats and applications of video in higher education

Thomas Hurkxkens, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Gérard Casanova, Université de Lorraine, France

Michele Archambault, Université de Strasbourg, France


16 February 2017

16.00 CET

Effective assessment practices for video-based learning

Matt Howcroft, University of Derby, UK

Marko Glaubitz, University of Freiburg, Germany


19 January 2017

16.00 CET

Measuring the success of educational video with learning analytics
Frans van der Sluis & Tim van der Zee, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Torgeir Christiansen, University of Oslo, Norway

19 May 2016

15.00 CEST

M&L webinar: Defining Video Pedagogy and activating interaction
Blair Stevenson, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Jörn Loviscach, Fachhochschule Bielefeld, Germany

21 April 2016

15.00 CET

M&L Webinar: 4K, 3D and other video-related developments

André Rosendaal, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Mathy vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium


22 February 2016

15.00 CET

M&L webinar: Talking heads - The changing nature of learning and what learners expect these days in terms of media

Pedro De Bruyckere, Arteveldehogeschool, Belgium

Alison Preston, Ofcom, UK


18 February 2016

15.00 CET

M&L Webinar: The role of video in blended learning

Wilfred Rubens, Independent Consultant, The Netherlands

Carlos Turró Ribalta, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain


11 January 2016

16.00 CET

M&L Talking heads: Exploring the relationship between culture and media in education 


Barend van Heusden, University of Groningen, The Netherlands


10 December 2015

15.00 CET

Student-generated video in a Higher Education setting

Anssi Kirkonpelto, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Jan Brouwer, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

30 November 2015

16.00 CET

M& L Tal king Heads:  Mind over Media – Exploring the links between media literacy and radicalisation


Renee Hobbs, Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island, USA 



19 November 2015

15.00 CET

Tools and resources for annotating, cutting and searching video

Franck Tankoua, ViJump, France
Marko Glaubitz, University of Freiburg, Germany
Erik Boon, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands


26 October 2015

15.00 CET

M&L Talking Heads: Copyright DIY Mathy vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium

15 October 2015

15.00 CET

Meeting the challenges of providing campus-wide video services

Neil Morris, University of Leeds, UK
Sharon Flynn, NUI Galway, Ireland

10 September 2015
15.00 CET

Video in HE – what are your plans for 2015-2016?

Carlos Turró Ribalta, Universitat Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Thorleif Hallén, UNINETT, Norway
Daniel Tan, Taylor's Education Group, Malaysia

11 June 2015
15.00 CET

Video in a multilingual context

Jorge Civera, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain


Ruth Kerr, University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy


7 May 2015
15.00 CET

Recent findings from research on video & pedagogy

Niels Brouwer, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Blair Stevenson, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland


9 April 2015
15.00 CET

Exploring different video formats in MOOCs

Annemarie Zand-Scholten, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Deborah Arnold, University of Burgundy, France 


12 March 2015
15.00 CET

Defining the market: trends for products and interactivity

Michal Tsur, Kaltura, USA

Matthew McCurdy, Mediasite by Sonic Foundry, USA

5 February 2015
15.00 CET

The creation of videos to support students’ learning

Janne Länsitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland

Morris Pamplin & Martin Agombar, City University London, UK


15 January 2015
15.00 CET

New assessment strategies in the media-rich class

Brendan Calandra, Georgia State University, US

Drew Whitworth, University of Manchester, UK


Carlos Turró Ribalta, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain


Carlos Turró is M.D. and PhD from UPV. He is working since 1992 for that University and since 2000 until now he is Head of Media Services department. From that place he has developed the Polimedia service as a system to create Video Learning Objects. Currently, the Polimedia system is used from more than ten universities and has produced more than 8000 learning objects. The Polimedia system was granted with the Spanish national award FICOD 2009 for the promotion of digital services.



Sónia Hetzner, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany


Sónia Hetzner is a project coordinator and researcher at the Innovation in Learning Institute at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany. She is responsible for the development, management and evaluation of e-Learning projects for higher education at national and international level. She is an e-learning instructional designer, author of self-learning material for different target groups; training and support of authors, lectures and trainers; she has developed and implemented a set of concepts and projects for the meaningful use of Video in Education.