Using Media in Teaching and Learning: Resources

some current research and information:

Great Expectations: Students and Video in Higher Education
A SAGE White Paper by Elizabeth Leonard, MSLS, MBA, Executive Market Research Manager, SAGE
https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/press/how-do-students-use-video-in-higher-education
A review and analysis of what students look for beyond required content

What Makes an Online Instructional Video Compelling?
Melanie Hibbert, School of Continuing Education, Columbia University in EDUCAUSE Review
http://er.educause.edu/articles/2014/4/what-makes-an-online-instructional-video-compelling

The Value of Student Created Videos in the College Classroom – An Exploratory Study in Marketing and Accounting
Henry Greene and Cheryl Crespi, Central Connecticut State University in International Journal of Arts & Sciences
https://www.internationaljournal.org/images/Greene.pdf

Multimedia Assignments: Not Just for Film Majors Anymore
Danny Ledonne, videographer, filmmaker, adjunct instructor, Adams State University, CO in The Chronicle of Higher Education
http://www.chronicle.com/article/Multimedia-Assignments-Not/145939

 

Presentation slide sets (pdf):

Distance Learning Conference @ Camden County College
Using Media in Teaching and Learning panel

PADLA Conference, December 2016
Using Media in Teaching and Learning

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