Faculty Technology Institute Video Deep Dive
Are you interested in creating podcasts, videos, or other online resources to “flip” portions of a current syllabus or as a reference for your students? Would you like to develop a short video/digital story assignment for one of your classes? During the Faculty Technology Institute we have special sessions and dedicated project time to help you make your ideas become an awesome reality.
We’re looking for faculty interested in creating a video project during the Institute. To support you, there will be a track focused on video project design and development. In addition, deep dive participants will have dedicated project time to work on their own or in small groups with dedicated technical assistance.
Faculty participants will receive a $200 stipend for their deep dive participation. Educational Technology will provide consultation and production support for the design and development of your project.
Participants will be required to:
Attend sessions in the Instructional Video track at the 2017 Faculty Technology Institute. Daily attendance at deep dive sessions is required. We’ve posted the schedule.
Plan and create an instructional video project.
Showcase your project at the Institute.
Participate in a follow-up meeting or focus group to discuss outcomes during the following academic year.
For certain consideration complete the online proposal form by April 30.
The proposal should provide a brief description (no more than one page) of your project or assignment idea. Please include how you see your project changing the learning experience or your students, learning outcomes you hope to promote, and how your participation in this workshop would benefit your teaching and potentially benefit teaching and learning for others in your department or program. Preference will be given to projects that will be used for a specific course that you will be teaching in the 2017/18 academic year.
Ideal projects will be 3-5 minutes. Here are some examples from last year:
Please contact anyone in Educational Technology with questions.