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Learn media-savvy ways of using video in teaching

27 March 2013

A workshop called ‘Media-savvy teaching’ will run on 10 and 21 June 2013 with the aim of helping UCL staff improve the quality of recorded material used for teaching.

Professor Bert De Reyck talks to UCL students

The workshop, which is being run by the UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), will provide a hands-on opportunity for participants to learn how to use video and multimedia materials to support their teaching.

Exploring the use of LectureCapture, lecture-flipping and blended learning, the session will show participants how to produce good-quality materials quickly and reveal media ‘tricks of the trade’.

Speaking at the workshop will be:

‘Media-savvy teaching’ will run across two full days (10 and 21 June 2013), with the gap between sessions designed to allow participants to develop and potentially trial their ideas.

Numbers on the workshop are limited. If you are interested in attending, please register your interest online.

The workshop is running as a pilot and it is hoped that it will lead to a series of training sessions in the future.

View the event poster

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