Welcome! If you are thinking about adding video to your online course, this is a great place to start. Here, you’ll find information about what’s involved when working with Video@CDL. You can take a look at our production process, request a consultation, and get technical help. Our best practices provide examples of videos to inspire your creativity. Spend some time here to see different ways to incorporate video into your class. While the main goal of our team is to maintain video support for UCF’s online courses, we also partner with on and off campus organizations on special projects. As you look around, we hope you get a clear understanding of our team, our services, and our facility.

Module Introduction - Jeff Rupert - MUL2016

Course Overview - Warren Waren - SYP3602

Course Introduction - MC Santana - MMC6407

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    [title] => UCF Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
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Brief overview of the different clinical areas within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Central Florida.

For more information:
cohpa.ucf.edu/clinic (CLINIC)
cohpa.ucf.edu/csd (PROGRAMS)

Cast: Video@CDL

Tags: ucf, communication, sciences, disorders and tour

) Array ( [title] => SARC - Effective Note Taking Strategies [description] =>

This video shares tips on how students can improve their note taking skills before, during, and after class.

Cast: Video@CDL

Tags: sarc, note, taking, strategies and ucf

) Array ( [title] => 2017 Dziuban Award Winner – Kenneth L. Hanson, Ph.D. [description] =>

Chuck Dziuban Award for Online Teaching, presented by IDL 6543 facilitator Rick Brunson and Dr. Chuck Dziuban, Director of the Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness. Presentation and review of JST 3401 Jewish People in Antiquity, award-winning online course, by Dr. Kenneth L. Hanson, Associate Professor, Judaic Studies, College of Arts and Humanities.

Cast: Video@CDL

) Array ( [title] => Extending the Efficacy of the Learning Management System: Integrating Tools to Enhance Learning Online [description] =>

Learning management systems (LMS) such as Blackboard and Canvas provide a foundation for instructors to design online learning experiences. In recent years, the functionality of most LMSs has expanded to offer more flexibility, primarily by allowing external tools to be integrated. Tools such as Twitter, YouTube, and Quizlet have the potential to increase learners’ access to content, foster interaction with others in the community, and assess learning in diverse ways. In this session, we will provide examples of how these tools can support sound pedagogical practices, and encourage attendees to explore integrations in their online courses. Specifically, an instructor shares experiences of utilizing several integration tools within Canvas online courses. Lean more about this seminar at cdl.ucf.edu/faculty-seminar15/

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