Course Design Demo Content #2 - Media

Adding media to your course can add a lot of meaningful information to your course.

Having your students create media can bring a new element of creativeness and allow for peer to peer knowledge transfer.

Videos

Teacher Centered

After creating your video, you will need to figure out if you want to upload the video directly into the learning management system or if you want to load the video to Youtube or another video hosting site.

Student Centered

Students can also create videos to display their knowledge to you and the rest of the world. The question is if they should upload their video directly into the learning management system or if they should load their videos into Youtube or another video hosting site.

Podcasts

Teacher Centered

An educator created podcast is a great way give information to students in audio. It is a great medium to interview an expert of the topic you are studying in class.

Options: You can upload the audio file directly to your LMS or load to a podcasting website like Soundcloud or AudioBoom.

Student Centered

You can allow your students to display their knowledge through audio podcasts. Individuals can reflect on what they have learned or place students in small groups to recap the information that the student engaged with in class.

Options: Students can upload the audio file directly to your LMS or load to a podcasting website like Soundcloud or AudioBoom.

Here is a Youtube video that I was apart of making last year on using Podcasts for professional development.

Live Sessions

Teacher Centered

Chat live with your students for class, office hours or to bring in special guests.

Resources: Youtube/Google, Adobe Connect, Zoom.US

Example: Using Youtube to interview a special guest

Student Centered

Students could use the same tools as about to work as small groups when they are not together.

Embedding Outside Content

In your course, you can add content directly to your Learning Management System.

Make sure you have permission if posting on own site or LMS (especially if it is not publicly posted online).

Resources like Edpuzzle or Playposit can take your videos or public videos and make them huge learning resources that engage the learners.

Example Edpuzzle

Sample Edpuzzle

Sample PlayPosit

Want to share your successes? Have questions?

Contact Scott at sheeler.4@osu.edu

Credits:

Created with images by brainblogger - "My Podcast Set I" • FirmBee - "ipad mockup apple" • David Sifry - "Main KQED Radio Studio (Jerry Neuman working)" • StartupStockPhotos - "startup start-up notebooks" • cdnorman - "Tablet World"

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