Join us in October and November for a series focused on planning, designing, developing and implementing videos for your classes.
Presented by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Georgia Tech Library, this three-part series will take place this three-part series will take place both online and in the Teaching Studio, located on the fourth floor of Price Gilbert.
You’ll get the chance to gather ideas, tour the new Teaching Studio, and develop a video to use in your course.
The 3-part workshop is facilitated by Rui Hu & Alison Valk.
When you create videos for your class, there are many factors to consider. What topics do you want to develop? What is your timeline? What elements do you want to include in the video? What resources are available to support your efforts?
In this workshop, we will discuss strategies you can use to analyze your needs. We will then move to the actual design of your video. You’ll consider the visual elements, instructional activities, and content structure. You will choose a topic for your video, then create a storyboard for your video.
Finally, we will consider the implementation of the videos, including the publication channel or platform and schedule, as well as the instructional activities surrounding the videos.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have an action plan for their video development.