Academic Continuity Plans
To support those on your campus who are working to develop alternate delivery modes using academic technologies available at no additional cost through Minnesota State (D2L Brightspace, Kaltura MediaSpace, Zoom, Office 365), we want to share some system office resources we are making available to you and your campuses.
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Best of the Minnesota Summit Webinars
September 19, 2019 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Recipes for Effective Online Teaching: Curated Videos Plus Activities
Thursday, September 19, 2019, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. CDT
Presented by: Susan Tade, University of Minnesota; Nima Salehi, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota
Research shows us that recording hours of video lectures for online or flipped classes is an ineffective online teaching resource. Studies show that students aren’t watching them. Faculty effort, technical staff and captioning is expensive. What are effective options? This presentation will highlight key research on the types of videos faculty should be creating. It will identify strategies faculty can use to create focused video presentations and the support services needed. It will provide suggestions for activities, prior to, during and after watching course videos, that ensure greater student engagement and deeper learning. During this session presenters will outline research showing that the most effective video lecture is short; between 3 to 15 minutes long. That creating lectures which are informal, lively yet well scripted and clearly audible are key to engaging students. Examples will be provided of effective video lecture design strategies for curating content, such as segmenting content, weeding out unnecessary content and using visual and verbal cues to enhance cognition. Finally we will review activities that help students digest video lecture content critically from within the context of lesson, module or learning objectives.
All Minnesota State employees are welcome to attend at no charge, free monthly webinars on topics related to teaching and learning with technology. These are offered through the Minnesota Learning Commons which sponsors the Minnesota Summit on Learning and Technology conference. The webinars include the most highly rated presentations from the past year’s Summit (2019), as well as presentations on special projects by educators from around the state.