Engaging Video: Design Considerations and Strategies
From Katrina Johnson
It is the policy of George Mason University to comply with federal copyright law, all related law codified at 17 U.S.C. §101 et seq and also the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), a federal law that governs the educational records of eligible students All faculty, staff and students must adhere to University copyright policy and are expected to seek consultation and advice from the Copyright Office, University Libraries, and Office of the University Registrar when using the copyrighted works of others and sharing content outside the Blackboard Learn environment.
In this interactive webinar, we will discuss strategies and tips to record mini-lectures. Key points we will cover in this webinar are: how to organize your lectures into chunks that will keep students’ attention, how to prepare a script that is easy for you to read when recording, how to create a recording environment so that you have good video and audio quality, and finally, where to find information and advice on the options for recording your lectures. We will also provide a demonstration and suggest existing free tools/software to create good quality audio and video.
Facilitators: Katrina Johnson, Scott Musfeldt, and Jim McLean
Zoom Recording ID: 91955377153 UUID: e7E5MGf0SJKxtVOYcoRlEQ== Meeting Time: 2021-03-25T16:17:39Z