Faculty Matinee - Learning at the Movies Series: Rethinking The Video Lecture for Student Engagement

Friday, February 23, 2018 :: 1:00-2:00 PM

Park Library | 413

Intended Audience: CMU Faculty

Facilitated by: Karen Rintamaki

This recorded session is from this year's Online Learning Consortium conference. Presenters for are from New York University. Come join us to watch the presentation, enjoy some popcorn, and have a conversation with your colleagues on the session topic after the viewing.

Many universities and colleges support faculty in the development of robust video lectures. Short videos can replace long lectures, but how does one know if students are actually watching the videos and learning? The Learning Science Team at the W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs (NYU Stern) sought to design course videos that go beyond the dissemination of information and focus on supporting the learner from the onset. The presenters will discuss a process for designing videos-- illustrated by five compelling use cases rooted in learning sciences co-developed with faculty.

Snacks will be provided

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