Teaching Remotely - Ideas for using video

Peter Robinson (Head of Educational Media, IT Services) will present some practical examples of videos produced at the University in different formats: from the simplest videos created on a mobile phone, to more advanced techniques such as screen-casting.

Dominik Lukes (Digital Learning Technologist, SAID Business School) will look at the theory of using video, answering such questions as ‘How long should a video be?’, ‘What should a PowerPoint slide suitable for video look like?’, and ‘How do students consume videos’?

Intended Audience 

Anyone - staff, academics, administrators who need to use Microsoft Teams for remote teaching and learning 

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Web browser (either Firefox, Chrome or Edge) and the Teams desktop software (preferable to the web app). Download the Teams software beforehand if you don’t already have it: Download Teams.

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