Using video in education
Video is a great tool for education. Currently with our hybrid education ‘model’ video is becoming an ever more important part of your education.
Recorded videos (such as to be found on YouTube or screencasts recorded by yourself) can be used in a flipped classroom scenario. You can also record your own video, such as a short introduction lecture for your course. This can be done in our dedicated recording studios, but you could also create videos from your home. Furthermore you could use an earlier recording of last-years lecture that was made by using Presentations2Go (P2Go), to use in your current course.
There are a number of technical facilities on campus to facilitate online and hybrid education. You can pre-record a lecture in a lecture room, stream a lecture live or teach a hybrid class. Various video facilities are available in both large and small lecture rooms.
Which tools to use in which scenario?
There are four typical scenarios that you could encounter in your course or class, which can all be catered for with the proper use of the current facilities. Every scenario would need slightly different decisions and approaches from your side. It is important to think carefully prior to the lecture about which scenario best fits your situation..
More information about the best solution for hybrid education using the Poly Studio can be found on the page about the Poly Studio Video Bar.
Information about Presentations2Go (P2Go) will be added to this page soon. If you already have questions about this specific tool, please contact Nestorsupport.
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