In this episode, the instructional designers from CONHI’s Academic Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) discuss the characteristics of screencasts, consider how they might be used, and explore some common tools for creating these dynamic screen videos. We then deliberate on a letter submitted by an IBD listener regarding the nature of “exemplary” online courses and where to find one.
Resources from the episode:
- PCMag Encyclopedia – Definition of screencast
- Screencasting and Screen Recording in the Classroom
- Screencasts as a Pedagogical Tool
- The Screencasting Handbook
- Jabbar, Abdul and Ireland, Chris (2012) Audiovisual formative feedback in online quizzes and essays. In: Enhancing the Quality of Student Blended Learning through Integrative Formative Assessment Methods, 10 Jul 2012, The Business School, University of Huddersfield.
- Crawford, S.R., & Senecal, J. (2016, November). Tools of the Trade – What Do You Need to Flip? Chapter in L. Santos Green, J. R. Banas, & R. Perkins (Eds.), The flipped college classroom: Conceptualized and re-conceptualized. New York: Springer.
- Quality Matters Course Design Rubric Standards, 6th Ed.
- Quality Matters Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Course (APPQMR)
- Quality Matters Higher Ed Peer Reviewer Course (PRC)
- Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Quality Scorecard Suite
- MERLOT Collection
- Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) 7 Things You Should Know About Universal Design for Learning
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