HCi $1000 Free Training Grant – voting

Thank you for your interest! The proposal that gets the most votes (voting closes 5pm EST 24 Oct 2020) will be funded by HCi and the resulting training materials will be distributed free to whoever can make use of them, under a Creative Commons licence.

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1: At home productivity Carianna Briggs More detail Vote for Project 1
2: Basic MS Word Formatting and Editing Tips Wesley Mason More detail Vote for Project 2
3: Better and bright future Firas More detail Vote for Project 3
4: D.I.T.A. XML – Future-proof your skills! Alexander Timanyuk More detail Vote for Project 4
5: Database Design basics for Kids Nirmal Chakraborty More detail Vote for Project 5
6: Dealing with Stress, Increasing Wellbeing, and Effective Communication in the Workplace Dimitrios Papalexis More detail Vote for Project 6
7: Developing a Safety Leadership Culture Andrew Gregory More detail Vote for Project 7
8: Digital Enhancement – Making It Happen John Cleary More detail Vote for Project 8
9: Empathy Lights the Spark! Hyacinth Steele More detail Vote for Project 9
10: Financial Literacy Program Pamela Govender More detail Vote for Project 10
11: How people lie with data Perrin Shanks More detail Vote for Project 11
12: How to get adults to take action on climate change Kaye Blum More detail Vote for Project 12
13: How to use Microsoft Teams and present like a TV presenter. Sherylanne Colling More detail Vote for Project 13
14: How to Write a Winning Resume Kerry Chater More detail Vote for Project 14
15: Make your own Wellbeing Journal Cards Laura Apolo More detail Vote for Project 15
16: Moodle – ELearning System for training institutes Santosh Mishra More detail Vote for Project 16
17: OpenESB CE – Hello World Matt Wilson More detail Vote for Project 17
18: Resource for neighbours, friends and family – recognising domestic and family violence and taking action. Viviana Cohn More detail Vote for Project 18
19: Symbolic Art Notation Language for International Primary School & Disability Students Stefan Nicholson More detail Vote for Project 19
20: Transferrable Skills in a Dynamic Workforce: Knowing Your Value. Mark Parry and Dr Anna Rowe More detail Vote for Project 20
21: Using DIY videos for facilitating learning Ipsita Dey More detail Vote for Project 21
Proposal number 1
Title At home productivity
Author Carianna Briggs
Target audience Anyone who wants some ideas on how to stay productive while working, studying, upskilling or job hunting remotely; Teens and adults; People who have had their usual way of working or studying affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Format Storyline file (SCORM)
Learning outcome Identify what helps and what hinders productivity and self-motivation; Describe what actions contribute to wellbeing and self-care in a socially isolated work or study environment; Choose time-bound actions that will help create positive and constructive working or study habits
Structure and extent of materials A snakes and ladders-inspired digital board game for a single player (learner). A short, two-part interactive eLearning activity: Part 1: snakes and ladders game; Part 2: Follow up: learner should choose several actionable steps to undertake in the next 2 weeks to start working/studying, etc. more productively and effectively, also an option for free text input for them to create their own/assimilate knowledge and reflect upon what was learned during activity. Player/learner must ‘roll a dice’ to progress though the game which either lands them on a neutral square or a ‘snake’ or a ‘ladder’. Ladders represent a positive, constructive action which have a consequence of moving them forward quickly through the game, e.g. towards the goal of working in a balanced and productive way. A snake represents a sudden downward slide towards the beginning of the game, or a negative action that doesn’t help towards the overall goal of a healthy, positive working space and habits. Each snake or ladder would have pop info explaining why it is negative or positive for instant feedback on a described action. The game is weighted towards constructive tips, with more ladders than snakes. The content will make use of existing tools and resources
Why this is important Many people have either lost their jobs, must study from home, or have had to transition to remote working arrangements, so the need to manage one’s own productivity, motivation and time has increased. This incorporates wellbeing and self-care if you look at productivity in a holistic way. Workers, students, and job hunters may need a healthy perspective, actionable tips and education surrounding self-motivation, productivity, and wellbeing (e.g. coping with social isolation and demotivating circumstances).
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Proposal number 2
Title Basic MS Word Formatting and Editing Tips
Author Wesley Mason
Target audience Non-formatters and document contributors who regularly need to make small updates to documents with the aim to enable this task to be performed without the need for a formatter/technical writer to correct formatting errors, thus saving time and money.
Format Written materials to be supplemented by PowerPoint slides that provide examples. Such materials can be delivered by self-instruction via a website.
Learning outcome Ability of SMEs and other document/process contributors to make basic amendments to documents accurately so as to not create additional formatting work.
Structure and extent of materials A requisite number of presentations, set up in basic to more advanced components, which build on each other from basic text formatting to headings and TOC, etc.
Why this is important Because all technical writers and formatters/content providers will know the frustration of hours spent formatting complex operations manuals (for example) with layered formatting and then having to spend un-productive time correcting and repairing documents, usually when timeframes are tight and the paid writer’s time and an organisation’s money is wasted correcting errors and broken formatting that can be avoided with a simple self teach course like the one proposed.
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Proposal number 3
Title Better and bright future
Author Firas
Target audience Everyone
Format PowerPoint
Learning outcome Self-confident and creative personality
Structure and extent of materials Introduction, Content index, Outcome, Content. I may include specific people’s experiences and advice on how we can achieve our goals.
Why this is important During these hard times we need to support each other
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Proposal number 4
Title D.I.T.A. XML – Future-proof your skills!
Author Alexander Timanyuk
Target audience Technical Writers, Content Developers
Format YouTube-ish like tutorial similar to the ones @ Udemy
Learning outcome Understanding of both basic and advanced concepts of single-sourcing & multi-platform publishing, i.e. create content snippets once, re-use and automatically update across multiple publications. Based off https://www.oxygenxml.com/xml_author.html
Structure and extent of materials Overview of both basic and advanced concepts Why this is important: Covid-19 times are reviving the role of Technical Writers, e-content developers, and knowledge managers in the working-from-home times. DITA framework brings the structure in, making the authors custodians & guardians of the corporations’ know-how.
Why this is important
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Proposal number 5
Title Database Design basics for Kids
Author Nirmal Chakraborty
Target audience Students aged 12 to 16
Format MySQL or MS Access
Learning outcome Database design basics; data structures; datatype; tools to create a database; database and tables design; creating relationships.
Structure and extent of materials PowerPoint presentation with notes exercise files
Why this is important This will help the students to understand and learn how the information’s are gathered to display in different social media contexts
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Proposal number 6
Title Dealing with Stress, Increasing Wellbeing, and Effective Communication in the Workplace
Author Dimitrios Papalexis
Target audience Staff of organisations from various industries, employees working from home, staff who experience stress or conflict in the Workplace, HR, Managers and supervisors, self employed people, sole traders
Format Audio classes (podcasts)
Learning outcome Gain skills and strategies on the topics of stress management and effective communication in the Workplace Gain self awareness and improve interpersonal skills Understand body response to stress and identify positive ways to reduce stress Improve mental health and reduce conflict in the workplace
Structure and extent of materials 2 downloadable audio classes on the topics exploring the topics of stress management and Effective communication at the workplace plus a recording of a short meditation/visualisation. The audio classes will include theory (definitions), practical strategies, tips for managers/supervisors, case studies and a discussion with a guest speaker (content expert).
Why this is important During this challenging times of Covid and social isolation, staff of organisations experience an increased amount of stress. This is due to constant changes in the Workplace, working from home arrangements, fear of the virus and uncertainty . I work as a crises counsellor (EAP) and believe that staff and management need more training material and support when it comes to wellbeing.
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Proposal number 7
Title Developing a Safety Leadership Culture
Author Andrew Gregory
Target audience All business owners, leaders, managers, and employees. Or… Anyone who has an interest in improving safety in the workplace or workplace safety culture.
Format Doodly animation and voice-over converted to scorm compliant MP4.
Learning outcome Learners will be lead to an understanding of the skills and knowledge required by Leaders, managers and staff alike within any organisation, to ensure issues that may impact the health and safety of us all are identified and addressed.
Structure and extent of materials The animation will take viewers through the journey of safety improvement over the last 100 years (1920 – 2020) using the Doodly animation platform (already have licences) describing the changes and advantages of major developments along the way with simple iconic animated objects to enhance learning and viewer engagement. The animation and voice-over will be rendered down to an MP4 video file that can be accessed online (streamed or downloaded).
Why this is important Currently there are 350 deaths+ annually in the workplace, the impact of which is felt by family, friends, first respondents and co-workers for decades after. In addition there are countless serious injuries. Improvements in Workplace Culture has the potential to significantly improve these outcomes.
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Proposal number 8
Title Digital Enhancement – Making It Happen
Author John Cleary
Target audience Organisations struggling with the HOW to digitally transform their business model for cost benefit.
Format a. Human Centric Innovation – Vision, Strategies & Tactics; b. Traditional vs Digitally Enhanced – drivers, risk & reward; c. Digital Leadership & the C Suite – Digital 1st; d. Customer Experience (CX) Enhanced – IT & Cross Functional Collaboration e. Automation, Labour Management & Productivity in the Digital Business; f. Re-engineering the Value Stream – Value, Revenue & Margin
Learning outcome a. Digital 1st as a philosophy, mindset, and action plan b. Essential role of the C Suite in effective digital enhancement c. Digital Platform design in a high touch Customer Centric Model d. Exploiting digital opportunity – developing motivation, building skills & celebrating success e. Action Plan – Achieving the cost-benefit of a Digital 1st business model
Structure and extent of materials Workbook PowerPoint Videos Case Studies
Why this is important The pandemic has hastened the move to digital business models. Failure to transform a traditional business model is a major revenue and profit risk.
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Proposal number 9
Title Empathy Lights the Spark!
Author Hyacinth Steele
Target audience People, teams and organisations tasked with discovering innovative solutions to solve problems – from school students and their teachers to large organisations.
Format eBook
Learning outcome By the end of the eBook old mindsets will be transformed, new insights sparked and new solutions discovered.
Structure and extent of materials Illustrated 21st-century parable eBook with activities to spark the practice of empathy.
Why this is important The practice of empathy in human-centered design transforms mindsets, empowers creativity and sparks new insights to solve old problems. To practice empathy and think like a designer is to create products, services and solutions that re-imagine the world from multiple perspectives.
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Proposal number 10
Title Financial Literacy Program
Author Pamela Govender
Target audience 7-12
Format Module 1: The importance of managing money. Module 2: Debt. Module 3: Creating wealth through investing. Module 4 – Retirement and your Superannuation.
Learning outcome
Structure and extent of materials Module 1: The importance of managing money . Teaching kids how to plan, save and budget. Track your spending. Look for better deals. Set a saving goal. Income Tax (examples of what deductions look like) Module 2: Debt: Loans – car loans, personal loans and the implications Credit cards – understanding credit cards as they become part of everyday life – using it wisely. Module 3: Creating wealth through investing. How to reach your financial goals faster. Understanding risk and return. Module 4 – Retirement and your Superannuation – why is this important Why this is important: It develops money management skills. Every decision we make in life starts with money.
Why this is important
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Proposal number 11
Title How people lie with data
Author Perrin Shanks
Target audience This course is a self-defense guide for people who are presented with or present a lot of data.
Format eLearning with video and exercises
Learning outcome By the end of the course learners will be able to recognise common good and bad uses of: Averages and indexes; Correlation; Visualisation; Probabilities
Structure and extent of materials 1. Indexes & averages – If you have 2 coffees and I have none on average we each have a coffee. Descriptive statistics are great way to sumarise data but in doing so we lose information. 2. Correlation – temperature increases cause a rise in ice cream sales rise but selling more ice cream doesn’t make temperatures rise. 3. Visualisations – a chart is worth a thousand words but only if you know how to read it. 4. Probabilities – global financial crises are extremely rare but we should still worry about them. (Structure of each section: Description; Watch outs; Good uses; Quiz; Exercises; Further reading.)
Why this is important We are being bombarded with data from every system we look at, basic data literacy is key to a sucessful career in the age of big data
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Proposal number 12
Title How to get adults to take action on climate change
Author Kaye Blum
Target audience Teenagers
Format PowerPoint presentation / PDF
Learning outcome Define the target audience (parents, adult relatives); Use various techniques for effective communication; Demonstrate three key areas of tangible climate change action adults can take; Evaluate relevant organisations for further resources
Structure and extent of materials A simple, step-by-step guide written in a light tone (accessible to grade 5 and up) with an introduction to the target audience, communication tips, three key areas of action, and a list of relevant resources.
Why this is important Secondary school children are well aware of the issues of climate change – tens of thousands of them took part in the school strike for climate last year. But they are not the key decision-makers in their households. Nor can they vote. Their parents – many of whom will be Generation X, may feel indifference, fact fatigue, or a sense of helplessness (politicians don’t listen and there’s little they can do). By equipping their children with messaging and tangible strategies, children have the tools and confidence to persuade their parents to take constructive action on climate change in ways that children themselves are not yet able to do.
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Proposal number 13
Title How to use Microsoft Teams and present like a TV presenter.
Author Sherylanne Colling
Target audience Businesses, Trainers, Facilitators, Managers, eLearning presenters. Personal, people who use Microsoft Teams or Zoom or their phone to do video chats between family and friends using for example whats app, face time etc.
Format Microsoft Word step by step guide from installing Microsoft teams, navigating through the software to presenting. How to present with the correct tools by practicing these at home as you read through the How to guide.
Learning outcome For business and personal people to be able to use Microsoft Teams with confidence. When presenting to look professional and have the confidence to be able to present via video.
Structure and extent of materials Microsoft guide with how to instructions and hints and tips for you to try before your next presentation.
Why this is important You need to be confident and not stumbling when doing presentations, so knowing how to use and navigate Teams will benefit this. You need to have the correct light, the height of laptop, sound, background, even how you present can make you look 10 to 15 years younger and more confident.
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Proposal number 14
Title How to Write a Winning Resume
Author Kerry Chater
Target audience People looking for work through HCi. Also relevant for all executives.
Format A number of modules incorporating exercises. Can be a video presentation (most effective format – I can present the material but would need assistance with the videoing part), PowerPoint or Word document.
Learning outcome Ability to write an effective resume and profile (e.g. for LinkedIn). Understanding of what to include in a resume, what order information should be in, and how to format and update information.
Structure and extent of materials Materials will break down the process of writing executive level resumes and bios/profiles into easy chunks.
Why this is important I have been writing resumes and bios/profiles for senior executives, people applying for Board roles and consultants for a number of years. I find that very few people know how to write and format a resume and show their key skills and experience to best advantage. Most people still start with their qualifications!
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Proposal number 15
Title Make your own Wellbeing Journal Cards
Author Laura Apolo
Target audience Mental health & wellbeing
Format Videos & PDF
Learning outcome A wonderfully relaxing activity to help you regroup and recharge. In this course you will learn how to create beautifully simple journal cards as a keepsake (or gift), using affordable and accessible supplies.
Structure and extent of materials Video tutorials with printable PDF instructions. Suggested options for materials will also be included.
Why this is important Adult play is integral to our mental health and wellbeing. Learning simple activities like this that can be enjoyed almost anywhere at any time is an enjoyable way to help maintain a healthy work/life balance.
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Proposal number 16
Title Moodle – ELearning System for training institutes
Author Santosh Mishra
Target audience Training institutes (Universities, PTEs, etc); Trainers; Students; Parents/Guardians
Format
Learning outcome Understand the need of Moodle Elearning systems in current day and age of covid-19. How to set up Moodle Elearning System for free. How to add courses and run classes remotely for students.
Structure and extent of materials Document to explain requirement of Moodle ELearning System; A “Step by Step guide” document to help in setting up Moodle ELearning System.
Why this is important In these unprecedented times when covid-19 is affecting the whole world, we need new ways of learning. Information needs to be delivered effectively while keeping social distancing in mind. E.g. if there is a situation when city of Auckland goes to Level 4 lockdown, learning for students don’t have to stop. Trainers/parents/guardians can upload training materials to Moodle and students will be able to continue to attend classes, only difference will be.. it will be done virtually. Moodle allows online classes, quizzes, tests and many other awesome features that will keep learning on track.
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Proposal number 17
Title OpenESB CE – Hello World
Author Matt Wilson
Target audience Developers and IT architects working on integration and architecture of services, but with no prior experience with using OpenESB. Background: OpenESB is middleware for the orchestration of messages, effectively loosening the coupling of interfaces between applications. Benefits include greater flexibility of application implementation and easier (thus cheaper) maintenance.
Format Confluence, exported to Word format
Learning outcome To create, deploy and test a composite application containing a very simple service, sending a message to a web page.
Structure and extent of materials The description is the combination of a tutorial and an introduction to using OpenESB Community Edition. Expected page count is 15 to 20 pages. This document is expected to be one of many in a set covering the many parts of OpenESB. Ref: http://open-esb.net
Why this is important The software is open source, but existing documentation is proprietary, out-dated and does not reflect the current software. Proprietary products in the same or similar markets have extensive support, including training, documentation and help desks. Providing up-to-date and open source documentation gives the sophisticated software a better chance to survive outside proprietary businesses.
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Proposal number 18
Title Resource for neighbours, friends and family – recognising domestic and family violence and taking action.
Author Viviana Cohn
Target audience Neighbours, family and friends of people who are suspected as victims of domestic and family violence
Format e-learning using Articulate Storyline 360
Learning outcome Recognise signs of potential family and domestic violence experienced by neighbours, family and/or friends. Assess relevant action to be taken when family or domestic violence is suspected by neighbours, family and friends.
Structure and extent of materials Informed by research with subject matter experts Interactive e-learning program with quizzes to guide recognition of family and domestic violence as well as guide appropriate action by neighbours, family and friends. Responsive to desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
Why this is important Because in many instances when family and domestic violence occurs people close to the victim lack the knowledge to identify signs and decide on a course of action to support the victim.
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Proposal number 19
Title Symbolic Art Notation Language for International Primary School & Disability Students
Author Stefan Nicholson
Target audience Pre-Primary, Primary Schools, People with Language Learning Difficulties and unable to express themselves in usual speaking, writing, reading, or understanding grammar.
Format The Training Video and accompanying documentation will start from absolute basics to a standard where students can write to each other (using the same symbols) and be understood by any nationality.
Learning outcome Will enable students to learn their first written language without knowing letters, words, grammar, sounds – almost immediately. Takes about 3 hours to learn the basics. The language is fully developed.
Structure and extent of materials 1. Training Video and 2. Documentation (PDF) and 3. Board Game. SAN Language does not need letters, words, sentences, grammar, sounds – but is a complete language using a spatial structure for placing freeform symbols.
Why this is important Symbolic Art Notation can be used by pre-primary children as a primer for both coding and learning about language and grammar. It enables them to write their “sentences” without knowing the alphabet, words, pronunciation or sounds and it is seamless across all nationalities. That is, the same written code is understood by any nation with different spoken languages. It can be learnt within hours. It incorporates all parts of a language. Refer to: https://www.slideshare.net/StefanNicholson/symbolic-art-notation
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Proposal number 20
Title Transferrable Skills in a Dynamic Workforce: Knowing Your Value.
Author Mark Parry and Dr Anna Rowe
Target audience The videos can be viewed/shared by all job seekers, with a particular focus on recent graduates and others entering the workforce and professional fields. The resource could be also be used by educators and career development specialists in supporting students and those seeking employment.
Format 6 X 30-60 sec videos
Learning outcome After viewing the resources, participants will be able to: engage with the concepts of transferrable skills and employability; identify and articulate key transferrable skills including resilience, adaptability flexibility, collaboration and creativity; explain what transferrable skills mean in their own personal and professional contexts.
Structure and extent of materials 6 X 30-60 sec videos, downloadable and embeddable into any learning management system, website or platform. The videos could be viewed and shared by job seekers directly, and also used as a Learning and Teaching resource by course convenors and employability/career staff in schools and universities. Topics/episodes may include: How valuable are Transferable Skills?; Adapting to new situations; Strength and resilience; Collaborating and working with others; Creative and entrepreneurial approaches; Knowing and articulating your skills. Production approach: The production planning (including video scripts) will be evidence-based, drawing on the latest research on employability and transition to work. Information will be embedded within an episodic format, using an engaging narrative structure. Presenters will communicate the video content direct to camera using a friendly, informed and current social-media style. Text captions, animations and overlay will be used to reinforce key ideas. General tone will be personable, conversational, supportive and empathic. Production team: Mark Parry is an Instructional Designer and video producer with over 30 years’ experience. Dr Anna Rowe is an Academic, specialising in research related to employability, work-integrated learning and transition to work.
Why this is important Job seekers are often unaware of their own skills, strengths, and professional attributes and the value these have in the workforce. The proposed video resource aims to provide a quick, friendly and accessible way for job seekers to engage with the concepts of transferrable skills and employability. The videos are designed to guide and inspire job seekers to self-reflect and consider transferrable skills and how they relate to their own current and emerging work contexts. Research in this area provides further insight: The contemporary world of work is dynamic, rapidly changing and characterised by precarious and uncertain labour markets (Committee for Economic Development of Australia, 2015). To navigate these complexities, job seekers, including recent graduates, need to be able to transfer their skills and knowledge across diverse work environments and contexts (FYA, 2016). However, moving between jobs can be challenging (FYA, 2016), as can identifying and articulating employability skills (de Blaquière et al., 2019). In higher education, there is an identified need to support students in developing the capacities to understand and articulate their employability, including transferable skills (de Blaquière et al., 2019; Jackson et al., 2019) prior to graduation. This project intends to supplement such interventions through creation of an evidence-based, accessible and engaging resource for job seekers more broadly. It could also be potentially be used by educators and career development specialists in supporting students and those seeking employment. See also: Committee for Economic Development of Australia. (2015). Australia’s future workforce? CEDA. https://www.ceda.com.au/Research-and-policy/All-CEDA-research/Research-catalogue/Australia-s-future-workforce; de Blaquière, G. E., Nolan, J. E., & Wray, K. (2019). Joining up the dots: Telling the story of employability. How can students in Higher Education be supported to better understand and articulate their employability? Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 10(2), 15–35.; Foundation for Young Australians. (2016). The new work mindset: 7 new job clusters to help young people to navigate the new work order. https://www.fya.org.au/app/uploads/2016/11/The-New-Work-Mindset.pdf; Jackson, D., Fleming, J., & Rowe, A. (2019). Enabling the transfer of skills and knowledge across classroom and work contexts. Vocations and Learning, 12(3), 459-478.
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Proposal number 21
Title Using DIY videos for facilitating learning
Author Ipsita Dey
Target audience Facilitators and teachers
Format Virtual
Learning outcome Differentiate your teaching with clear and targeted visual content Understand how to use videos effectively to engage with learners Learn quick and simple video shooting and editing techniques
Structure and extent of materials Videos in this COVID-19 age Why videos work in learning See how videos can aid the learning/teaching process; see examples from arts to sciences Great, Good and the ugly in video – video capturing Video editing Video publishing See the magic happen (learners interacting with videos), getting learner feedback
Why this is important Online learning and teaching world has met the need of COVID19 world of isolation and social distancing. More than ever we are relying on our teachers/facilitators to provide us great learning experiences that engage and motivate us. Video and visuals are finding steady relevance in this online learning world. To all teachers, this little module is here to help you provide that magic in your teaching episodes, adding videos videos videos. All you need is your smart-device.
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