Strategies Guaranteed To Launch a Thousand Online Video Lectures
Imagine you’re supporting a professor who wants to start a full online course, or even course module, from scratch. Where do you start? What technologies do you use? Will the video work in your LMS? And how do you handle testing, labs?
Sometimes, even for the tech-savvy among us, launching an online course might feel like a daunting exercise.
While there’s no magic formula, there are concrete steps you can take to crafting an online video strategy that works, and helping faculty become power-users of video along the way.
Join us for this live webinar, where you’ll find out how North Carolina State University launched their academic video initiative with a top-down, chancellor-championed program with lots of resources. Our guest will share guaranteed strategies to get your faculty rapidly (and happily) producing hours of high quality online video that your students will love, including:
- The short list of who should be on the distance-ed support team – including IT, technical trainers, help desk and instructional designers – and what to do if you don’t have a team
- Powerful programs, including summer sessions, one-on-one training and lunch-and-learns, that ease faculty entrance into online courses
- Best practices for integrating with your LMS, giving tests and conducting labs
- How to break the ice in getting faculty in to record that first video lecture, and how to keep them motivated once they start