The May 1 DOLCE meeting will focus on video and multimodal presentations.
Entomology Professor James Carey will start Friday’s DOLCE by sharing selected segments of talk he will present to his department on May 6th. At that presentation he will describe his recent trips to Africa (where he has presented on instructional technology and pedagogy topics a number of African universities). He will also discuss his plans to premier a multimodal and highly-produced type of seminar that depends upon digitally-sophisticated video, pictorial, and audio content. Carey is the chair of our campus committee on instructional technology, and a longtime teaching innovator.
Sticking with the video theme, my Academic Technology Services colleague Paul VerWey will present a short update on the new “Reach P” captioning pilot as it relates to the Video Initiative and what we are calling “Aggie Video.” See an example of such captioning with this interview with C. John Tupper, the founding dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine.
Afterwards we will discuss other elements of teaching with video, including video capture and editing applications, storage options, and the campus mini-studio.
DOLCE stands for “Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education.” DOLCE meetings take place on the first Friday of every month in 1310 Surge III.
I hope you can join us on May 1st!
Dr. Andy Jones
Discussing Online Learning and Collaborative Education
Friday, May 1st at 12:10
1310 Surge III, the large conference room
Three buildings west of the Silo