The Office of Faculty Development

Using Videos in the Classroom Series

The Office of Faculty Development will offer a Spring 2022 Zoom series on videos and their use in the classroom. Participants are welcome to attend individual workshops or the whole series, based on availability and interest. Please register below if you plan to attend.


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Explore the Use of Videos in the Classroom

February 23rd, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (Facilitator: Quinn Winchell)
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Interested in exploring videos as pedagogy? Join us and participate in guided discussions on the use of videos personally, professionally, and as a teaching practice. Together, we will also examine current research on using videos in higher education (including videographic criticism), identify how implementation aligns to UDL, and begin planning your use of videos for teaching and/or learning.

Creating Videos for Your Curriculum

March 30th, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Facilitator: joshuah whittinghill)
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Are you interested in creating videos or learning more about what goes into creating engaging videos? If so, this interactive workshop is for you. We will work through the creation of a brief video from beginning to final product, brainstorm ideas for your video, and work with video editing software. Join us in being creative and having fun!

Manage your Kaltura Videos

April 13th, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (Facilitator: Claudine Franquet)
Are you using Kaltura video in your class and want to know more about all the functions available? Join us to learn how to create a class channel or a video playlist, how to perform basic editing in Kaltura, or how to embed Kaltura videos in your Blackboard course.

Create Student Video Assignments

April 27th, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Facilitators: Marianne Paiva, Quinn Winchell)
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Engaging more students through assignments and projects can be tricky, but using videos can help increase engagement across diverse learners. This workshop will be led by faculty who have implemented video assignments in their courses. They will provide insights into effective strategies and useful resources for you to create video assignments. During the second part of the workshop, you will have a chance to start drafting a video assignment for your curriculum.