Creating YouTube Videos for Teaching & Learning

Track: Online Tools
Delivery Mode: Asynchronous Workshop

Are you looking for new multimedia strategies for your virtual classroom? Join experts from the OLC Institute as we explore an easy to use and often overlooked online video editing option, the YouTube Editor. This widely used video sharing website offers educators the opportunity to create multimedia resources that can be easily embedded into most learning management systems. In this collaborative learning environment, you will learn to implement effective video editing strategies as you combine and remix images, video, sound, narration and text for your own short video production.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore ways the YouTube Editor can be used to create engaging instructional media
  • Experiment with the YouTube Editor to edit and remix content
  • Develop a short video and an implementation strategy for your own course

Format

This is an asynchronous, week-long workshop which will begin on Monday and end on Sunday. The workshop will require approximately 6-8 hours of work, including reading research-based articles, viewing presentations, engaging in online discussion forums, and submitting assignments. Total length of time for completion: 7 days.

Who Should Attend?

Faculty who teach in any modality

K-12 teachers

Instructional designers

Educational technologists

Librarians

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Leah Chuchran

Leah Chuchran

Engaged in higher education since 2006, Leah currently holds the position of Digital Learning Specialist at Emory University representing the Center for Digital Scholarship. The center is a university-wide facility and resource provided to faculty, staff and students at Emory who are interested in incorporating digital technology into teaching, research, business workflows, publishing, and exhibiting scholarly work.

She is responsible for all things “assessment and evaluation”, faculty enrichment programs and grad student training along with teaching best practices in digital learning environments. The position requires project management expertise for a wide variety of disciplines since Emory, an R1 institution, is not only a liberal arts college, the community is also comprised of professional schools and a large healthcare institution.

The process includes planning, design, execution and evaluative stages of curricula development, training and workshops, and most importantly, learner engagement strategies and satisfaction. The projects involve learners of all ages and life experiences. In addition, she is well-versed in effective pedagogical (and heutagogical) integration of educational technology which includes social media applications, web 2.0 applications, video, audio and synchronous web tools, universal design for learning (UDL) best practices, instructional design theories, classroom assessment techniques (CATs), curriculum assessment techniques and rubric creation and the integration of learning management systems in hybrid and residential curricula.

Presently, Leah instructs in the digital environment and puts forth a great deal of effort to bring the human element to the online class utilizing easy-to-use web 2.0 technologies. She also co-developed and facilitates the Foundations of Teaching Online course offered to Emory faculty who will be teaching in the blended or online environments.

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