This SALT resource provides an overview of Camtasia and its availability at Swansea University. Camtasia is a video and software editing tool that allows you to create, edit and publish your own videos. Useful in the creation of flipped and blended learning material …
A free online course, hosted on Future Learn and developed by the University of Leeds and University College London Institute of Education. This is the first in a series of their online courses to develop your expertise in blended learning.
This external link takes you to a blog post on building a good screencast video. A screencast is useful for recording demonstrations of software, processes and how-to instructional videos. Screencasting is one of the techniques that can be used when flipping your classroom.
This link takes viewers to a list of pedagogic literature curated by Swansea University librarians around the notion of Flipped Learning and the Flipped Classroom.
This course will provide an overview of Canvas Studio. This is a communication tool that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video and audio media. Studio’s interface lets students and instructors engage with media content by commenting directly on the media timeline.
The Flipped Classroom CPD module looks at the theory behind the Flipped Classroom, the advantages of flipping, and looks at some of the tools you can use to create resources that will help you to flip.
An introduction to the concept of Flipped Learning giving a definition and a basic overview. In addition, this page acts as a signpost to the Flipped Classroom CPD Module.
An online course developed by University of Leeds. The course covers how to create engaging content; importance of tone, style and format; structure content. The website states, “the course is designed for people who have digital skills, but who would like to build confidence in using digital technology in the workplace”. There are multiple start dates and the course is free.
A brief 5 stage model on supporting students who are new to online learning.
The University of Michigan’s Centre for Research on Learning and Teaching share a range of faculty examples of the active learning techniques they have used in their teaching. There are 11 cross faculty examples included, linking to new pages …