DIY Welcome Video Workshops

Jennifer FarrowCanvas, Featured, Video learningLeave a Comment

The DSC Digital Learning Team are running workshops for teaching staff to learn more about recording their own videos. You can use a multitude of recording devices to create your masterpiece, from the webcam in your computer to the mobile phone in your pocket. We will provide you with tips and tricks for recording your videos with ease, on your … Read More

Fashion & Textiles Learning & Teaching Symposium

Leigh BlackallCanvas, Video learningLeave a Comment

The School of Fashion and Textiles held their annual teaching and learning event for staff professional development and recognition this month. Below are the presentations offered from the College office and Digital Learning: Teaching with a Growth Mindset by Andrea. Student surveys for Quality by Jane (includes Canvas Early Adopters). Using Youtube with Canvas by Leigh. The DIY video workshop … Read More

Collaboration and Canvas – Blackboard Collaborate: Ultra Experience

Leigh BlackallCanvas, collaborative activities, Conferences, Conferences, Content development, Experience, Global, Project types, Strategic alignment, Tips and Tricks, Video learning1 Comment

Here we are looking at Collaborate Ultra – a web conferencing system for live online meetings, presentations, or just making a recording such as a screen recorded demonstration like this. First up you access Collaborate Ultra via a RMIT Canvas course menu. If you don’t see it there, check the Settings menu item, then click the Navigation tab, and see … Read More

Collaboration and Canvas (Google Drive, Youtube Live, Canvas Events)

Leigh BlackallCalendar, Canvas, Collaborations, Experience, How to, Professional development, Resources, Solution development, Strategic alignment, Tips and Tricks, Video learningLeave a Comment

  In this playlist of 4 videos is a demonstration of how to use Google Drawings or Slides as an interactive whiteboard; Youtube Live and Hangouts on Air for video conferencing; and embedding it all to create a live online collaborative workspace in Canvas. Set up a folder for the collaborative activity and create Google Drawing and Slide files to … Read More

Tito Ambyo – Fact Checking Your Mother

Leigh BlackallAssessment, Examples of practice, Global, Industry and experience, Strategic alignment, Student as producer, Video learningLeave a Comment

Tito Ambyo teaches Journalism Technologies for the Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) program at RMIT University, and in this recording he explains the second project in the course, Fact Check Your Mother. In the project people are required to produce a multi media web page, telling a story from their family history (this year on the topic of migration), demonstrating fact checking skills, … Read More

How to: Embed content in Canvas – Google Slides Youtube Wikipedia

Leigh BlackallCanvas, Content Creation, Examples of practice, Tips and Tricks, Video learningLeave a Comment

Embedding content into Canvas is fast and easy, and enables you to spend more time outside Canvas connecting with others online and networking your teaching practices. You can collaborate with people outside of Canvas and RMIT, when accessing and learning how to use Canvas can be more trouble than its worth. Any updates your team makes to the content you’ve … Read More

How to: Embed video in Canvas using Youtube Arc or Google Drive

Leigh BlackallCanvas, Content Creation, Examples of practice, Industry and experience, Tips and Tricks, Tutorial, Video learningLeave a Comment

This screen video explains how to embed video into Canvas, using Youtube, Arc and Google Drive. Its a good idea to embed video in Canvas, rather than upload the videos directly into Canvas. You’ll have a lot more flexibility, as well as access to additional features functionality. Flexibility and features such arranging videos in a Youtube playlist, sharing videos with … Read More

How to: Make your PowerPoints engaging and interactive with Office Mix

Kevin FranckeContent development, How to, Learning design, Professional development, Tips and Tricks, Video learningLeave a Comment

Office Mix is a free Windows plugin for PowerPoint (Office 2013 and later) that lets you easily add narration, a talking head, annotations, screen recordings and more. It also allows you to add interactivity in the form quizzes and polls. It can then be saved as a regular video file or as an interactive presentation, with flexible online hosting  and … Read More

21 ways to use video in your teaching

Leigh BlackallContent development, Examples of practice, Experience, How to, Professional development, Project types, Resources, Strategic alignment, Video learning2 Comments

We have a page for over all Video Teaching that gives a snapshot of other pages and blog posts that have the category “How to” with a corresponding tag relevant to video, such as “Youtube“, “Hangouts” or “Video“. Here are 21 articles from that archive that you might find useful if you’re thinking to use video in your teaching, or if … Read More