Media&Learning 2018: Video in Higher Education

Still time to register for the Media & Learning Video in Higher Education Conference

With just under 2 months to go, we are putting the final touches to the agenda, making arrangements with the caterers and looking forward to welcoming the many people from 21 countries who have already registered for the Video in Higher Education Conference.

Registered participants include academics responsible for promoting digital innovation, educational media producers, researchers investigating the impact of video in pedagogical contexts, commercial and non-commercial suppliers of video-based tools and services, technicians, technical experts and support staff responsible for providing video-related services, and academics and teachers already using video as part of their teaching.

Register now to book your place at Media & Learning 2018!

Highlights from our packed agenda include: 

Discussions about:
 

  • Legal and ethical issues affecting video use in higher education
  • Putting in place effective video assignments for students
  • Do-it-yourself video production practices in higher education

Taster workshops on:
 

  • Use of videos of student–patient encounters 
  • Virtual reality as a learning tool
  • Open standards in the Classroom of Tomorrow
  • Strategies for designing media for learning 
  • Learning Experience Design with VPRO Open Source Science TV
  • Teaching and Learning Support in Opencast
  • Designing extended reality learning experiences

Talks by:
 

  • Karel De Bondt from VRT Sandbox Belgium on the future of video technology
  • Estella Griffioen & Zac Woolfitt, Inholland University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands on best use of video in higher education
  • Jörn Loviscach, FH Bielefeld, Germany on making educational videos addictive
  • Piet De Smet, KU Leuven, Belgium on the role of enhanced video in a trans-university online strategy 
  • Wayne Buttigieg, London Business School, UK on effective, institution-wide take-up of video services

Timed demos in the exhibition area of:
 

  • iVideo - a tool for customising and structuring hypervideo-based learning content 
  • Souffleur - an innovative and Open Source prompter solution
  • TRAVIS GO - a web-application for simple and collaborative annotation of video and audio  
  • AZilPix Studio.One - multi-camera video capture and production for immersive broadcasting
  • Industry examples of Interactive 360˚ learning services

Visit our exhibition where you can meet a range of specialist video suppliers and manufacturers including MediasiteEcho360KalturaPanoptoBarco and Ubicast to have a one-to-one demonstration of their latest products and services.

Check out the conference programme and register now!

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