TLC Centre – Burnaby, BC. Recently the TLC’s Ed Media Media Designer Shantala Sing and Visual Designer Adam O. Thomas were contacted by SFU Copyright Specialist, Jennifer Zerkee and asked if they could support her in the creation of a series of tutorial videos on copyright policy at Simon Fraser University. After some initial discussions, Jennifer jumped into the project and prepared storyboards that helped organize her thoughts and the flow of the first video. The Ed Media team then made some technical recommendations and suggested Jennifer use Camtasia ( a screen-capture program ) as a means of building the video. To be fair, there was a fairly steep learning curve involved here as Jennifer created the video by incorporating slides from a static Power Point presentation and a voice recording she made in her office, but the result is pretty great.
Learning Objective: Map learner-centered options, for your course, for accessing/distributing media
- What should you support? BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)… Do you have to build 4 versions of your media/app?
- HTML5 is as an answer to our ‘build it once and it will work for all devices’ goal.
- Demo how to distribute video via HTML5
Push vs. pull
- Web 2.0 a term coined in 1999, this refers to the Internet as a place where things get done, as opposed to places where you go to read stuff.
- Using RSS vs visiting websites vs email vs carrier pigeons ( Google Reader, Feedly, Rolio, The Old Reader, )
- RSS for courses in action ( French 215- D100, ds106 ,)
A recording captured during the EdMedia Protege program workshop on the fundamentals of producing ‘long life’ audio and video recordings.
A recording of an EdMedia Protege program workshop covering development and use of, and difference between, graphics and infographics.
Welcome to session 4! “Going visual”, in which we will explore our creative side and explore in context what it means to be facilitate your classes using 2d visuals whether they be graphics, drawings or otherwise.
What kind of visuals do you use in your class? Are they online or face to face? Typically visual elements for course materials fall into the “asynchronous” category of media. That is they are pre-designed and created and embedded on your course website. Sometimes however visual elements are incorporated into the class “synchronously” or in real time.
Attached you will find a map that will accompany our Design workshop on Friday April 5th… EMP Vue finalized map.