Workshop 2: How to (Technically) Build an Online Course with (Effectively Designed) Asynchronous Peer Video Exchange
Stephanie Taitano, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Monday, October 15 1:00 PM-4:30 PM
This workshop will teach the overarching and practical skills needed to develop an online course that includes multimedia content while operating within a systems analysis approach. During the session, we will cover methods of setting expectations for leadership, in-depth learner analysis, correlating pedagogies with educational technologies, and tips and tricks for technical success.
Workshop skills and processes will be discussed, set, and delivered within the context of presenting a project that includes the use of Canvas, Camtasia, and PracticeXYZ software to deliver a course on feedback for physician scientists on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. This course incorporated asynchronous video for peer-to-peer feedback, a process which will be shown.
Participants will be provided: an original heuristic that can be applied to their own projects, best practices for preparing weary on-camera subjects, and tool tips for Camtasia, Canvas, and PracticeXYZ.
Objectives: Session attendees will be able to apply an original systems analysis heuristic to manage up an instructional design project and integrate multiple educational design tools.
Session attendees will be able to apply an original systems analysis heuristic to manage up an instructional design project and integrate multiple educational design tools.
How to (Technically) Build an Online Course with (Effectively Designed) Asynchronous Peer Video Exchange
1. Introductions and Expectations
2. Project Review
3. Systems Analysis
1. Canvas Course Review
2. PracticeXYZ Course Review
3. Setting Up a PracticeXYZ Session
• Instructional Design and Technology Discussion
• WordPress Reference Site
Participants should have a basic understanding of
-online course development concepts
-capabilities of video editing software
-pedagogical value of peer evaluations
I am a learning strategist professional with expertise in web, mobile, rapid development, and F2F design, development, and implementation, as well as product, personnel, project, and strategic learning initiative management.
Current Position: Associate Director of Faculty Leadership and Professional Development, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
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