Brooksby Melton College - Q Project Staff training in the use of Digital Video for teaching and learning Ben Williams ILT Coordinator.

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Brooksby Melton College - Q Project Staff training in the use of Digital Video for teaching and learning Ben Williams ILT Coordinator

Example 1 – ICT Installing a soundcard Mark Lamb ICT Lecturer

Installing a Sound Card Step 1 Earth yourself and ensure the power supply has been removed. Step 2 Remove outer case from CPU to allow access Step 3 Place the sound card on top of a chosen slot. Gently push down the card so it sits into position, screw the card onto the case

Installing a Sound Card Step 4 If the computer has a CD Rom drive fitted, its audio output can be connected to the sound card. Step 5 Re-assemble the case, attach speakers to the cards output socket and switch on.

Sound card installation Click on the imagine to play the clip

Example 2 – Automotive Engineering Vehicle Tracking Adjustment John Jones Automotive Lecturer

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Example 4 – Agricultural Service Engineering The Mobile Dynamometer Phil Spencer Agricultural Service Engineering Lecturer Lecturer

The Dynamometer It is important to ensure that a vehicle is running at optimum power and efficiency A key consideration is whether the engine is producing the expected amount of power In order to measure this we use a Dynamometer

Put simply, a dynamometer places a load on the engine and measures the amount of power that the engine can produce against the load The dynamometer is attached at some point in the drive train (in agricultural equipment this is normally a secondary drive shaft) The engine is then run at a set rpm

Next the dynamometer is used to apply a load to the engine. The amount of load applied is then varied to reduce the rpm to different speeds. The load the engine can support at a given rpm is then used to calculate the power output at that speed. The dynamometer actually measures the torque of the engine. To calculate the equivalent horsepower you simply multiply torque by rpm/5,252

Setting up a mobile Dynamometer

Work in progress Setting up video editing equipment at the second campus Rolling out DV training as part of the ILT staff development programme Providing guidelines/instructions on the college Intranet system Looking into DVD production for longer video Working with the media dept. to see if students can be given assignments to produce instructional video for BMC as part of their courses

Optimising DV streaming over the college network

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