Instructional segments are recorded in the classroom Videos are stored for student retrieval later ET, AV, or IT departments deploy and manage equipment, personnel, and storage medium for videos
In-class recording often requires complicated expensive equipment Also requires trained technical personnel More courses/instructors than equipment available Do-it-yourself options often have poor audio and video quality (camera in back of the room)
Bring dynamic, engaging content to online and hybrid courses Offer accommodations to students for illness, emergency, inclement weather, etc. Showcase guest speakers or special presentations Offer alternatives to “read this article, these textbook pages, etc.”
Students can review material at their own pace Video segments let online students have more of a face-to-face experience Students can watch videos at home and come to class prepared to discuss the material (Flipped Classroom) Instructors can share content with other instructors – don’t reinvent the wheel!
Instructors choose the ideal topics/portions of their in-class lectures for recording (5- 25 minutes are ideal) With 20 minutes of training on the Swivl instructors are ready to go Videos are recorded locally on to the iPad and can be shared directly to YouTube, saved to the gallery, or uploaded to cloud- based video storage
Instructors set up the Swivl in class Record the segments live in front of students Send them to Kaltura, YouTube, or other cloud video host Add to Blackboard Courses
Adding to a Bb course via Kaltura using the Faculty Repository:
Adding to a Bb course via YouTube using embed code:
Give distance learners more of a face-to-face experience Allow for “flipped classroom” segments to be created from traditional courses Bring dynamic, engaging content to any student – traditional or at a distance.