Video Production Workshops

Video Production Workshops (for Staff Only)

Click the links below for further details of the workshops and enrollment.

Using Panopto for Video Recording and Editing
Using Panopto for In-video Quiz and Video Assignment Submission
Create your Talking Head/Screencast Presentation
– Workshops on Video-based Learning Community (VBLC)
Introduction to LTTC’s Video-Based Learning Community
Managing Your Video-Based Learning Community

Using Panopto for Video Recording and Editing

Panopto is a platform that allows us to record, edit, share and manage videos. It can be used for recording live lectures and creating instructional videos. This workshop will cover how such recording can be done, how the resulted videos can be shared with students, together with what Panopto offers in terms of video editing. Analytics reports generated by Panopto regarding the viewing of videos will also be discussed.

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Using Panopto for In-video Quiz and Video Assignment Submission

Videos can be a useful medium for assessment. For example, students can submit videos as assignments, quiz questions can be embedded into lecture videos and be used as timely assessments when students watch the videos. This workshop will cover how these can be done with the Panopto platform and be incorporated into Moodle, via setting up a video drop-box for video assignment submission and creating quizzes embedded in videos.

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Create your Talking Head/Screencast Presentation

Creating effective video learning resource is not an easy task without state-of-art and easy-to-use video production system and venue. The Video Production Room of LTTC is built for colleagues to produce quality video learning resources in a technology-enhanced and user-friendly production environment.

The Video Production Room (E-P-16) is equipped with automatic HD video camcorder, tie-clip microphone, professional lighting system and chroma key effect background. Colleagues with little knowledge of video production can manage to produce quality talking head and screencast videos which will be useful resources for daily teaching, implementing flipped classroom strategy and assisting in mini-MOOC development.

To let colleagues know more about the production and the room, a workshop on “Create your Talking Head/Screencast Presentation” will demonstrate how to create video resource in the Video Production Room and highlight some tips for making effective talking head and screencast video for learning and teaching.

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Introduction to LTTC’s Video-Based Learning Community

With the objective to explore the potential of sharing digital videos for enhancing learning and teaching activities of the University, Video-based Learning Community (VBLC) has been developed by LTTC with more than 300 staff and 900 students account created in VBLC and more than one thousand videos uploaded supporting various learning and teaching activities. By allowing VBLC users to upload video and create their own learning community, both staff and students can share their own self-produced videos to specific community, discuss and construct knowledge on various topics such as good practices of teaching. The VBLC can be further enhanced to a Learning Management System platform achieving the aims of sharing of multimedia teaching materials, online learning activities and teaching practice assessment.

This workshop is designed for new users to familiarize with the basic features of VBLC.

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Managing Your Video-Based Learning Community

With the objective to explore the potential of sharing digital videos for enhancing learning and teaching activities of the University, Video-based Learning Community (VBLC) has been developed by LTTC with more than 300 staff and 900 students account created in VBLC and more than one thousand videos uploaded supporting various learning and teaching activities. By allowing VBLC users to upload video and create their own learning community, both staff and students can share their own self-produced videos to specific community, discuss and construct knowledge on various topics such as good practices of teaching. The VBLC can be further enhanced to a Learning Management System platform achieving the aims of sharing of multimedia teaching materials, online learning activities and teaching practice assessment.

This workshop is tailored for the advanced users of VBLC. Management of learning communities will be explored for supporting knowledge sharing and construction.

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