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.
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Presentation of "Making the UCF Libraries Part of Your Course," by Barbara Tierney, Head, Research and Information Services Department; Carrie Moran, User Engagement Librarian; and, Sarah Norris, Scholarly Communication Librarian.
Supporting the learning needs of students in online courses is commonly perceived as challenging for instructors, as the time and effort needed to master particular concepts may vary widely. Adaptive learning, an educational method which adapts presentation of material and assessment according to students’ unique learning needs, is gaining popularity in online courses. In this session, we will provide an overview of adaptive learning approaches, describe real-life examples, consider the instructor’s role in personalizing the experience, share available support and resources, and encourage a call to action for attendees. Specifically, an instructor’s experience of integrating personalized adaptive elements into online courses using the Realizeit platform will be presented.
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Snapshot is a tool that provides you with insights into how students are doing in your course. Faculty can view course-level trends, monitor student outcomes, and identify those students at risk. The piloted version of Snapshot is in beta. Students do not have access to this information at this time.