Video for teaching and learning: interviews

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This is a Designing for learning with technology workshop presented by Learning Environments open to University of Melbourne staff only.

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We all understand the power of a good discussion to inform and inspire. So how can we use recorded interviews to enhance and enrich our teaching? This short session will show you how to plan, execute and record a well designed interview. We will discuss different interview genres, how to draft great questions, how to build rapport with your interviewee, strategies for conducting, recording and editing interviews, and discuss the pros and cons of audio vs video interviews.

Topics in this session include:

  • Differentiating interviews vs discussions
  • Common interview genres
  • Effecive interview strategies
  • Recording audio vs video
  • Editing techniques

If this workshop if full, you can submit a waitlist request here.

View all upcoming Designing for Learning with Technology sessions here.

Please note: This session is open to University of Melbourne staff only

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