Media & Communication

Redesigning video-based active learning and teaching to engage students in diverse cohorts in hyflex mode
Carolyn Beasley
Department of Media & Communications
Julian Novitz
Deparment of Media & Communications
Katya Pechenkina
Learning Transformations Unit

This project will draw on lecture-recoding and video-based methodologies for teaching and learning, building on previous research and practice around active and personalised video-based learning.
The project will use Echo360 enabled recordings of live classes as well as Adobe Creative Cloud, in particular Adobe Rush, to cut and edit tutorial/seminar recordings, guided by video-based and personalised learning pedagogies. The augmented recordings would then be seamlessly embedded into Canvas LMS and used to engage international and online students by asking them to either respond to a prompt sparked by an in-class discussion, or otherwise reflect and actively engage with the content.
Shareable teaching and learning resources for this project coming soon!

Findings (Coming soon!)
Findings will include the following sub-sections: 
 - Problem 
- Overview 
- Emergent Outcomes 
- Key Learnings
- Detail around how the project addressed the Digital Literacies Pillars
- Impact data 
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