How to Use Academic Video to Create Rising-Star Students
By the time they graduate, nearly 100% of students from The University of Toledo Edward H. Schmidt School of Professional Sales have jobs. Ready to find out how?
One of the secrets is video.
In this webinar Deirdre Jones will show you how to use academic video to maximize student engagement in the classroom, and how it can also give students a leg up as they enter the professional world. You’ll learn what she’s discovered after a decade of lecture capture, engaging homework assignments, hosting a national sales competition and strategically connecting students and recruiters with video.
See video-engagement examples that you can immediately put into practice for your students, including:
- Improving student engagement with interactive homework assignments, mock interviews, roll plays and elevator pitches
- Strategies for improving individual and team performance
- Showcasing educational content and event sponsors
- Setting a new tempo for the recruiting process by connecting students with hiring companies
Deirdre is the Director of the Edward H. Schmidt School of Professional Sales (ESSPS) in the College of Business & Innovation at the University of Toledo, a top 5% robust professional sales program in the country (DePaul University Best Practices Research Program, Center for Sales Leadership 2011). She joined the College of Business in 2004 as a Visiting Instructor and continues to be an instructor.
Ms Jones holds a MBA in Information Systems and a BBA in Marketing with a Professional Sales concentration both from the University of Toledo. She was awarded the Pacemaker Award as an undergraduate and team taught Sales and Micro-Computer Applications in Business as a Graduate/Teaching Assistant.
Ms Jones has trained 1,100+ students and 600+ working professionals. She currently teaches Sales Career Orientation and introduces students to the world of professional selling, ESSPS faculty, alumni, and corporate partners. Deirdre also teaches personal selling, advanced sales, account and territory management, sales force automation, and customer relationship management. She has trained and consulted with a number of firms in technology, engineering, manufacturing, and healthcare.
Ms Jones resides in Perrysburg, OH with her husband and two children. She volunteers with Girl Scouts of America, DECA, and Junior Achievement.