Video for teaching and learning: presentations

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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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From lecture capture to desktop recordings, presentations are by far the most common format of video used in education. This short session will show you how to redesign your presentations from the ground up to make better videos. We will discuss the differences between presenting to camera and narrating a slideshow, show you how to rethink your lecture slides, discuss strategies for scripting, and explain the strengths and weaknesses of different recording approaches and university supported tools.

Topics in this session include:

  • The difference between various presentation types
  • Presenting vs narrating
  • The role of Powerpoint
  • Scripting
  • Effective presentation and narration 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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