University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld
Instructional videos, freely available lecture recordings, and massive open online courses (MOOCs) have heightened the interest in producing educational audiovisual material. But the potential is only rarely exploited. Challenged by (sometimes imagined) limitations of technology and restrictions of time and budget, video authors often resort to what they are used to. This talks discusses tricks in didactics, dramaturgy, presentation, illustration, and software use to move beyond educational TV. Less “TV” and more “education” means removing glitz and becoming more authentic but also enables a lean workflow.
Jörn Loviscach teaches on YouTube and Udacity and researches into novel forms of and software support for teaching and learning in higher education. He is a professor of technical mathematics and computer engineering at Fachhochschule Bielefeld (University of Applied Sciences). Previously, he was a professor of computer graphics at Hochschule Bremen and a deputy editor-in-chief at c’t computing magazine, Hannover. He has a doctoral degree in physics. For further background, see: http://www.j3L7h.de/talks.html