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Powerpoint: Narrating, recording and editing
You can turn your PowerPoint’s into videos with narrations and multimedia!   PowerPoint is a great tool that is widely used in the field of education, which makes it the perfect option for you to use to create videos from your presentati (More)
Recording on your smartphone
Recording videos can be an easy and painless experience, and you may already be comfortable using your smartphone to record videos.  Some tips  Prep your smartphone: Fully charged, plenty of memory space Record in landscape, av (More)
Recording on your computer
It is also possible to record videos, record yourself and/or screen record, from your computer using the inbuilt camera or an external webcam.   Many programs, apps and tools can be used to do this, these are some programs you may alre (More)
Course Welcome Videos
Are you required to create your own welcome video for your course? The principle idea of the video is to inform students of who you are or who their teacher is and what they will be learning. This is a guide for some basic information to incorpor (More)
Making Videos in PowerPoint - Flexible Learning Part 2
Today's adventure in flexible learning takes us to a tool many of us are familiar with: PowerPoint.   Many of you regularly use PowerPoint in lectures, meetings, workshops or tutorials, but did you know with PowerPoint you can help you create pr (More)
Solutions Lab 13 - Time Saving Tips for Teaching Online
Jess Danaher's (School of Science) courses follow flipped and blended models, ideal for online environments. In this session, Jess took us through her toolbox of time-freeing hacks. She gave a crash course on the simple editing software she uses t (More)
Captions in Teams recordings (or Stream)
After you have recorded your teams meeting the recording becomes available in stream. (note whoever presses record gets the permissions for the final file). Once processed (usually less than 15 mins) the file appears in the channel (or chat) where (More)
Closed captions and permissions
Having invested in making wonderful micro lectures, and video resources to support students, wouldn’t it be great if all your students could benefit from these videos?   Closed captions have been shown to support student with audio process (More)
RMIT’s first COIL collaboration
Rmit’s first collaboration with the SUNY COIL network was back in 2015. Lisa Dethridge from Screenwriting in Media and Communications gathered students from across several subjects, in an extra curricular project on the topic of Transhumanism. The co (More)
Solutions Lab 10 - Twist & Flip: Creating a great 'lecture' experience online
Evidence shows that students can struggle to engage with lecture videos online. Whilst it is true that recordings allow students to set their own pace and review difficult topics, many report that watching a 1 or 2 hour recording can be draining, con (More)
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