Learning with videos: Design principles for creating educational video

Wednesday, 16 November, 2016 -
12:30 to 14:00

Facilitator:  Maya Bogdanova, Consultant

Venue:  Room 6558 (Lifts 27-28)

Seminar Overview:

Today, our students no longer rely only on lecture-notes and textbooks to access information and study. They watch videos to learn how to use software, how to solve mathematical equations, how to operate machines, and how to code. Thanks to platforms such as YouTube and Youku, educational content is created and delivered by anybody with knowledge to share and a camera.

Creating your own video content has never been easier, however, the technology is not everything. For educational videos to engage the learner, technical skills have to be coupled with sound pedagogical and instructional principles. This seminar aims to bring you just that – design principles and tips on creating your own educational videos, as well as examples of activities that can engage the learners with your video content.

I will bring you up to date with the latest recommendations based in research and share my experience of providing instructional-design support for UST courses that use video to deliver content. Templates, checklists and additional resources will be provided to help you get started.

Seminar Objectives

By the end of this seminar you will be able to:

  • identify good pedagogical practices for the creation of educational video
  • outline the basic workflow of the video creation process
  • evaluate available technologies for video/audio recording

About the Facilitator:

Maya Bogdanova is an instructional designer who until recently worked at CEI to support both Blended Learning and MOOC course at HKUST. Now, she works as a consultant focused on promoting the adoption of instructionally sound technologies in teaching and learning.

All Faculty Members and Teaching Staff are welcome

*Light refreshment will be served

Please click here to register. For enquiries, please contact Miss Phoebe Mok (2358-6297, phoebe.mok@ust.hk).

Organized by:

Center for Education Innovation (CEI)