Next-Generation Technology Impacts on Quality in Online Learning
From the Desktop to the Classroom: Using "On Demand" Video to Support Instruction
Angela Robbins, Senior Instructional Designer, University of Cincinnati: Carl H. Lindner College of Business
Angela provides ID expertise for the development and support of the LCB online eLearning programs and assists faculty in the design of online, blended, and face-to-face coursework and instructional practices, development of learning resources, and re-visioning of courses and course segments to electronic delivery methods.
BJ Zirger, Associate Dean for Online Learning, University of Cincinnati: Carl H. Lindner College of Business
B.J. Zirger is the Associate Dean for Online Education and Associate Professor of Strategic Management. She received both her MBA and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. She teaches strategic planning and implementation, competitive analysis, technology management and new product development courses at all levels (undergraduate, MBA and Ph.D.).
"On-Demand" video to support instruction is quickly becoming a standard tool for faculty. This technology, if used effectively, can encourage active engagement of learners and create a stronger faculty presence in the course. Through the use of Kaltura Media, Camtasia, Adobe Connect, and the Blackboard Learn management system, the presenter will demonstrate methods of integrating asynchronous video to support student learning by way of recording lecturettes, implementing help sessions, providing student feedback, and introducing assignments and assessments.
Learning Objectives
Explain how video media can be effectively used to support online and blended classroom instruction.
Recognize opportunities for integrating asynchronous media into online and face-to-face courses to encourage a strong faculty presence.
Be able to implement lecturettes, help sessions, content reviews, announcements, and student evaluation feedback via online media tools.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer