As deployment of screen capture technology increases within our teaching practice and student support across campus, we thought it would be prime time to share some of these real life experiences. Attending this relaxed event is a great opportunity to hear from colleagues about their use of different screen capture tools. There will be examples of applications used in teaching and learning that may inspire a new look at these technologies. You will hear feedback colleagues on how screen capture helps in real time with the student learning experience. And of course we will not hide from the possible challenges that make technology adoption challenging – we will help you see how these challenges can be overcome. As always participants will get advice on adopting screencast approaches with hands on demos, and a chance to play and learn with the technology.
As in previous sessions we envisage that there will be two groups, those who are still at the drawing board stage or those who may have come to one session in the past but have yet to get going, and those who are already producing screencasts but are wishing to troubleshoot or share ideas. The “GRASS” project team will be on hand to solve problems or discuss options. There is still room for those new to screen capture and who want to come and see what the benefits are for their teaching.
To attend you can register by emailing Julie van Vuuren: firstname.lastname@example.org
This session aligns with A1-A4 and K2-K4 3 of the UKPSF.