It is aimed at everyone involved in providing video based services in higher education who is interested in how these services can be successfully implemented on a campus-wide basis. Issues that the speakers will discuss include how academics and students can be supported in creating their own video-based resources, how quality and production values are dealt with and the management of technical and human resources to support these types of services.
Practicing in video in Higher Education
How video-based services can be implemented on a campus-wide basis
Quality and product values in relationship with human resources
Blair Stevenson, Prof., Dr. at Media and Learning Association
Blair Stevenson (PhD in Education) is a lecturer and strategic adviser at the School of Vocational Teacher Education at the Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland. His current role includes work as a teacher trainer in topics such as educational psychology, global education and pedagogical use of technology in teaching, and work on program development teams in the areas of educational product design, video pedagogy and virtual learning ecosystems. His research work and publications focus on multidisciplinary approaches to the interface between teaching, culture and technology. Since 2005, Blair also has been Managing Director of an educational consulting firm based in Canada focusing on educational evaluation and research.