Incorporating asynchronous video in your online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses can enhance the student experience – when used with careful consideration. In this session, the Community of Inquiry model will be presented as a basis for the incorporation of media elements.
From the tri-partite foundation of cognitive presence, teaching presence, and social presence, we will identify targeted, high-impact opportunities for integrating video in your courses. We will explore case examples from the James E. Rogers College of Law and discuss the importance of a pedagogically sound strategy for the incorporation of video elements. We will investigate and analyze vignettes ranging from DIY screen capture to high-production studio video. Finally, through a collaborative participant activity, you will consider your own courses and programs to determine the most appropriate ways video might be of value to you.
Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to mix-and-match video solutions to meet student, instructor, and institution needs.