We recognize that being in front of the camera can be intimidating, so we’ve compiled some helpful tips from the pros to help you feel more comfortable and prepared. We searched through many articles about how to be awesome on camera and spoke to some in-house “experts,” including our New Media department at ASU Online. The result: 7 tips for on-camera success. [Read more…]
“Synchronous video interaction can make learning more personal by providing a close approximation of the human, one-on-one experience…” (Educause, 2013)
One of the most exciting aspects of video conferencing technology is the ability to conduct your class in real-time, regardless of location. Imagine the possibilities when students from around the country or even the world can learn as if they were in the same classroom. Like all new technologies however, there are some important considerations an instructor should take into account before jumping off the deep end. Some basic preparation will allow the magic to happen without the headaches that can come with it!
Your course deadline is approaching and many of you will be heading to one of the studios to record your Meet Your Instructor, Course Tour/Introduction, Weekly Lecture and/or Weekly Topic videos. I came across some great advice for making videos and thought I would share.
Here’s a tip for the week: Shorter videos are more engaging—think of the popular TED Talks.