How to Create your Own Interactive 360° Video for Education
Date Thursday, Nov 24 Time – Room Knight
When you start making 360° video simulation training, a lot of questions arise, such as: What kind of technology do I need? Is it expensive? Do I need to pay experts to develop it for me? And can the students afford to use the tools?
This hands-on How To session will focus on a learning methodology that utilises 360° video in simulation training and demonstrates how to use consumer video tools to produce interactive 360° video. Speakers will guide you through the process step-by-step. You will also get insight into a new collaborative way of sharing 360 visual content.
- Get insight into a methodology for producing 360° videos for educational use.
- Learn how consumer technology can be used to produce learning objects in an easy way.
- Get insight into how to collaborate live in a 360° environment.
Mari Linn Larsen
Video Producer, University of Stavanger, Norway
Mari Linn is a Norwegian video and podcast producer working at the University of Stavanger. For more than 15 years, she has focused on developing digital learning objects for education.
Driven by her interest in different ways of learning, Mari Linn has specialized in producing videos and podcasts for educational use. One of the latest projects she has taken part in is the 360ViSi ERASMUS+ Knowledge Alliance, where the main goal is to develop a learning methodology that utilizes 360° video in simulation training.
Media Engineer, University of Stavanger, Norway
Kaare Spanne is a Norwegian media engineer working at the University of Stavanger. He has over 20 years of experience producing media content for news, industry and education.
He is skilled in finding suitable ways of enhancing learning through different kinds of media productions and choice of equipment.
One of the latest projects he has taken part in is the 360ViSi ERASMUS+ Knowledge Alliance, where the main goal is to develop a learning methodology that utilizes 360° video in simulation training.