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Join MTS and the CTL to participate in this webinar followed by a 30-minute discussion and Q&A session to learn about the tools Brandeis already has for easily creating videos.

Webinar description:

As faculty experimentation led to video becoming a regular part of students’ learning experiences, Seminole State decided to standardize its support for video technology. Now, thanks to continued experiments, the institution has found a variety of creative uses for video on campus beyond traditional lecture capture.

This webinar's outcomes:

  • Understand the technical and feature considerations required to effectively use video campus-wide.
  • Review strategies for partnering with departments to ensure adoption and smooth rollout.
  • View a range of use cases for video beyond traditional lecture capture."
Discussion topics regarding tools Brandeis already offers for video content creation and sharing:
  • Software tools for creating short instructional videos
  • Brandeis' Automated Lecture Capture Program
  • Brandeis' video server for sharing media content on LATTE and beyond
  • Web conferencing technologies for online teaching, video assignments, and collaboration.
Private follow-up consultations can be set up with members of Technology Services to go more in depth into individual use cases.
Monday, April 3, 2017
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Farber 2 Classroom
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Nicole Murphy