SubscribeRSS FeedItunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInConnect(407) 823-1250Email Corrinne Stull More Faculty SeminarsActive Learning Across Modalities: Techniques for Fostering Active Learning in Online CoursesStrategies to Facilitate a Cross-Cultural and Inclusive Online EnvironmentLeveraging OER: Creating an Affordable and Customized Student Learning Experience View AllPosted on September 15, 2017March 21, 2018 by Jonathan PizzoProjecting Your Online Persona Via VideoAbstractIs your personality, humor, and care for student success lost in translation while teaching your online course? When you are not seen or heard, learners may have more difficulty connecting with you, which may hinder the overall experience. Integrating video can help develop your online persona by fostering your social presence in the online classroom. Video has the potential to enhance student satisfaction, engagement, and meaningful learning. By using video, you can model multimedia fluency skills, essential for learners’ employability and career advancement.In this seminar, you will learn how to effectively integrate video into your online course. An instructional designer and teaching faculty member describe the ease of video creation, leading to the joy of teaching and deep learning. Choose from a variety of teaching methods and video scenarios that best portrays your unique online persona.PresentersMarc Consalo, J.D.Lecturer Legal Studies College of Health and Public Affairs University of Central FloridaMarc Consalo is a lecturer at the University of Central Florida in their Legal Studies Department. In addition to running their internship program, he is highly involved in their online degree where he has designed and developed six different online classes and served as an ADL mentor for 5 faculty members.Shelly Wyatt, Ph.D.Instructional Designer Center for Distributed Learning University of Central FloridaShelly Wyatt is an instructional designer in the Center for Distributed Learning and works extensively with faculty in the College of Arts and Humanities and the College of Health and Public Affairs. Her research interests include social media and online learning, second language acquisition and immersion through technology, and mobile learning.Session Recordings and Supporting MaterialsRecordingStreamed Podcast Session http://media.blubrry.com/faculty_seminars_in_online/p/cdl.ucf.edu/staticfiles/faculty_seminars/seminar18.mp3Podcast (faculty-seminars-in-online-teaching): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 27:24 — 25.1MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | About Faculty SeminarsPresentation MaterialsPresentation FileProjecting Your Online Persona Via Video [PDF; 1.3MB]UCF Digital Learning ResourcesCourse Enhancements from Video@CDL—Review best practices for well-produced and well-integrated videos.Video@CDL Consultation Request—Complete this form to request a potential video project.Office of Instructional Resources—Find multimedia support for engineering services classroom support, Panopto Lecture Capture, Adobe Connect web conferencing, Lightboard One Button Studio, and video conferencing.Video Conferencing—Tips and a form for faculty to request to use video conferencing resources from the Office of Instructional Resources.UCF LyndaCampus—Offers UCF faculty, staff, and students online interactive video-based tutorials on such topics as software and applications to enhance business and design skills.Scholarly Articles and ResourcesAlexander, B., Adams Becker, S., Cummins, M., & Hall Giesinger, C. 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