In our eLearning conversations with academic staff, we are often asked about best practices around how to create videos for learning and teaching.
We are busy expanding the support materials that explain the options available here at Flinders. This includes how to access free and university supported equipment and software for creating video, viewing example videos and finding out what support is available.
For staff, video help pages for staff in the eLearning Gateway
For students, video assignment help resources for students
What questions do you have?
Have you been thinking about creating videos for your students, and are you ready to plan your video?
Are you wondering what video equipment or recording spaces are on campus ?
Are you interested in supporting students to develop their digital literacies by creating a student video assignment?
Are you keen to explore how to embed video into topic learning activities?
What’s coming soon?
The Video Working Group is currently producing a new suite of videos to help staff more easily create video content for learning and teaching.
These include short videos that show you best practices and how-tos for:
- filming on your mobile
- using the Desktop Recorder in FLO
- using the Multimedia Recording Studio in Sturt
- managing videos in FLO with Kaltura
These videos should be available in October.
The Video Working Group has representatives from teams and Colleges across the University. If you have any suggestions or ideas about using video in teaching and learning, or want to find out more about the work of the group, contact your local College eLearning Support Team.
Where to get help?
Need to have a conversation?
Are you willing to share your own practices around video creation with your Colleagues?
Talk to your friendly local College eLearning Support Team.
Learning Designer, CILT