Video in Education SIG – First Webinar Event 22/11/12

City’s new Video in Education SIG – a special interest group – invites you to grab a coffee and share best practice at our first webinar.

Formed in summer 2012, this group’s focus is on sharing practice within the schools, and gathering examples from other institutions, in: production and publishing of video for education; engaging staff in use of video for teaching and learning; and pedagogical principles behind video for education.

Video in Education SIG at City University London

Webinar – Thursday 22nd November 2012 –1pm to 1.30pm

Event Details

Introduction – Mo Pamplin
School of Law – Scenario-based learning video portfolios – Sophie Paluch
Cass Business School – Dubai MBA student research presentations – Luis Balseca
School of Health Science – Blood pressure self-assessment videos – Natasa Perovic

Moderators on the day, Stef Smith and Steve McCombe at the MILL

Instructions for participants:

There is no need to book a place, all City staff are welcome as are external guests.

Join the webinar room via the link below and settle in from 12.45 pm. Participants will be able to watch and listen to the speakers, watch clips from video projects and pose questions via the chat room. We will use the Adobe Connect webinar service to host this session.

Webinar Room Link (opens at 12.45pm on the day)

It’s good to check your computer audio settings in advance, to find out more see the quick start guide.

Quick Start Guide – Participants

Any enquiries, please contact the organisers via email: video@city.ac.uk

The webinar will be recorded and made available after the event.

We look forward to meeting you on the 22nd November at 1pm.

About Mo Pamplin
Educational Technologist in the Education Support Team for the School of Arts and Social Sciences at City University London.

3 Responses to Video in Education SIG – First Webinar Event 22/11/12

  1. Sally says:

    Hi Mo
    I can’t attend the event, but will be very interested in the recording,
    We recently ran an academic led programme of workshops at Nottingham as part of a project called METAL (Media Enhanced Teaching and Learning) – see more about this in Dr Joel Feinstein’s blog here: http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com/media-enhanced-teaching-and-learning-metal-workshops-at-nottingham/

    • Mo Pamplin says:

      Hi Sally
      Thanks for your comment. Yes, a recording will be available after the event.
      Your METAL project looks interesting and I’ll read up on this further – always interested to know more about how other institutions have approached the task of embedding multimedia into teaching and learning.
      Mo

  2. Ajmal Sultany says:

    I hope to be there!

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