Please register to attend this upcoming teaching with technology spotlight session!
Every semester instructors all over Georgia Tech are producing and utilizing videos in their courses. Have you ever wondered how students are using these resources? Are you concerned that students might not be watching the videos or might be skipping through them? Have you ever thought about how you could make your videos more engaging? Watching videos is a very passive activity--but it doesn’t have to stay that way, thanks to innovative technologies that allow you to add interactive features to your videos.
In this spotlight workshop, we will explore the technology and pedagogy behind Interactive Video Quizzes from Kaltura. We’ll examine how you can use Kaltura to create quizzes that exist inside videos and describe how you can best leverage this technology in your own courses. We’ll also discuss the concept of frequent quizzing and explain how such a technique can benefit student learning. And we’ll hear from Dr. Tatiana Rudechenko, a faculty member in Scheller, who has successfully implemented video quizzing in her own course. Tatiana will share her experience, lessons learned, and tips for using this technique with your students.
Join us and learn first-hand about video quizzing and generate ideas for innovative uses with your colleagues. Bring your laptop to get a jump on creating your own video quizzes by engaging in hands-on activities or simply follow along with someone at your table. All are encouraged to attend--from novices who have just started to think about creating videos to experts looking to add another tool to their video skill set. We look forward to seeing you!
Lunch will be provided. Please register to join us!