Video Has Graduated
Join this Panel and learn more about the impact of tutorials and explanation videos. Inside and outside of classrooms and on YouTube, the most important resource for interest driven informal learning, video engages learners worldwide. These speakers will take you behind the scenes and show how, with the right kind of support, video can offer a personalised, empowering educational space.
Medical University of Graz, Austria
Dr. Herwig Rehatschek studied Computer Science and Electronics and received his M.Sc. and his Ph.D. from the University of Technology, Graz. From 1997 until 2008 he worked at the non-profit research company JOANNEUM RESEARCH. His main emphasis was on eLearning and digital media analysis. He participated in many international EC projects and also managed and co-ordinated some of them. In 1999 Dr. Rehatschek won the Austrian state price in the category learning, knowledge and culture. In 2008 he joined the Medical University of Graz (MUG) as a head of the section organization of teaching including the virtual medical campus, the eLearning platform of the university. Since then he was actively involved in the set-up and implementation of the LMS and the development of learning content. He introduced virtualized lessons, a new virtual microscope, eLectures, and non-linear story telling in medical education. Since October 2017 he worked on the set-up of an automated lecture recording system. This system was successfully introduced during the last study year in a pilot trial and is since October 2018 in practical usage. He actively participated in the development of an eLearning training program for teachers provided by all nine universities in the federal state of Styria. He won in 2012 the Dr. Michael Hasiba price for innovative teaching, in 2017 he won the Austrian state prize “Ars Docendi” for innovative teaching for the implementation of a non-linear story telling concept for education in first aid.
University of Antwerp, Belgium
ECLIPS: Uncovering Knowledge across the Curriculum
Kelly Martens is a quality assurance officer in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Antwerp. She mainly focuses on internal quality assurance processes. In the context of a project she is also involved with educational innovation to improve the flow of incoming, ongoing and outgoing students with the help of blended learning.
NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
From Web Colleges and Online Courses to Robot Recording Classrooms and Learning Analytics
Richard Aldridge, 42 years working at the NHL University in the Media Department. Distance Learning has become an important part of the learning experience for our Students. Our Media Department has been able to play a important role in helping the Teaching staff to create content. From the early cable TV tranmissions, VHS tapes for home use until now everything on-line.
We offer our staff three choices: “We do it for you”, “We do it together” or “You do it yourself”.
The development of classrooms without a camera operaters has been a great challenge and a sucessvol project. This enables more Teachers to record their lectures which has become a cost efficient recording method.