Tuesday, June 17, 2014

TGIF -- Copyright & Accessibility Considerations for Self-Intro Videos: Wed & FridayLive

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Fortieth issue Volume Seven

TLT Group TGIF 6.17.2014           
From Group World Headquarters

This is the final week of the Teaching Online for Beginners MOOCow.MOOCers will be refining their self-intro videos.  Wednesday and FridayLive webinars will focus on other video considerations such as accessibility and copyright


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    More from the TLT-SWG Blog

    Members Exchange
    Learning More about Planning, Producing, Editing and Publishing Self-Intro Videos
    Date: June 18, 2014
    Time: 2:00 PM ET  
    Presenters; Steve Gilbert and others

    The learning about screencasting will continue to also include information on creating a written transcript.

    Link to MOOCow Schedule

    MOOCOW = Massively Open Online Course (Or Whatever) -- designed to capture the flexible and experimental nature of this course.  

    Upcoming Member Exchange event

    Copyright and Accessibility Considerations for Videos Developed by Faculty and Students (TOL4B)
    Date: June 20, 2014
    Time: 2:00 PM ET
    Presenters; Steve Gilbert, and others

    This session will focus on:
    • Copyright for uploaded videos:  Creative Commons, YouTube
    • Accessibility for Videos: Captions, Tags, Transcription
    • Accessibility: Google/YouTube
    Link to TOL4B Home Base website
    MOOCOW = Massively Open Online Course (Or Whatever) -- designed to capture the flexible and experimental nature of this course.

    Up-coming  FridayLive! schedule:
    June 27 A Conversation with Tom Angelo re: Assessment

      MOOCs Round Six
      MOOCow Teaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B)

      MOOCOW = Massively Open Online Course (Or Whatever) -- designed to capture the flexible and experimental nature of this course.
      Join the planning and help further shape the MOOCow:

      Link to planning document

      Provide feedback on tools and strategies to be included.  Link to survey.

      Give us feedback on the MOOCOW

      Teaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B)   May 11 - June, 27, 2014
      Presenters; Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey and Others
      Link to home base website

      DescriptionTeaching Online for Beginners (TOL4B) is a Massive Open Online Course or Whatever (MOOCow) designed to help you, as a successful faculty member in higher education, begin to teach entirely online or include more online resources and activities in your courses. You care about your students and their learning. 

      You care about your students and their learning. You are busy and will continue to be busy. By sampling available options, benefits and drawbacks to teaching online you will cross the starting line. You will experience and experiment with a variety of easy to learn, reliable, widely accessible and least expensive tools and resources and strategies related to creating social presence and building community online.

      You will realize teaching and learning online does not necessarily mean teaching and learning alone, does not require being overworked, giving up your best teaching or losing meaningful contact with students. It can be satisfying and fun.

      The "Action" path through the MOOCow is designed to help you achieve a variety of learning outcomes and ultimately produce a self-introductory video which will become part of a more complete introductory unit in an online course, as per rubric. You may also want to chose a Design It Yourself (DIY) path to meet your own learning goals.

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