This short film offers a rationale for the use of electronic response systems (voting pads) in a session that introduces students to citation and referencing. The example is from the Learning Skills course on the LEAPS Summer School.
Visit: learningskillsplus.com for information.
In our roles as Research Associates for an Edinburgh University project, Michael Gallagher and I set ourselves the challenge of creating '60-second, stream of consciousness films comprising images and sound that represent our participation on the MSc in E-Learning'.
I built up several layers of sound (in SoundStudio) then added photos, images and screenshots to create my film in iMovie.
Charles Sandison's 'The River' at the musée du quai Branly, Paris. 16,597 names of people and places featured in the museum, projected onto the walkway that leads up to the permanent collections. Just about captured on my HTC Wildfire S, October 2011.
With help from Sönke and Pauline, we were lucky enough to get precious away section tickets for the Union Berlin vs St Pauli game. The Stadion An der Alten Försterei - situated in an old forest - is best reached by a boat trip along the Spree.
This is the amended and final version of the film I put together to contribute towards dissemination of A Manifesto for Teaching Online by staff on the MSc in E-Learning at The University of Edinburgh.
I've extended some of the timings to allow the viewer more time to take some of the statements on board. I've also altered or replaced some of the images I wasn't happy with, including improved 'course noticeboard' images that bookend the film.