YouTube Pedagogy: A Practical Guide

John Murphy, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law

Video podcasts are a powerful teaching tool, but producing your own videos can be a daunting task. In YouTube Pedagogy: A Practical Guide, you will learn both the “why” and the “how” of using videos to teach. The workshop will focus on producing short, high-quality teaching videos quickly and easily using tools you already have or can obtain for free. During the workshop, we will actually produce, edit, and post on YouTube a short video that combines live action and “screencasting.”

A Flip Video Camera, Lady Gaga and the Tax Courts: The Use of Technology in the Classroom

Thomas Sneed, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Now that I have your attention, what types of technology do you use in the classroom? Have you tried Xtranormal or a You Tube video to introduce a topic? Why not use these tools to assist in conveying course content to students. Using examples from an advanced legal research class at the Moritz College of Law, this presentation will focus on easy-to-use and inexpensive technological resources, including instructor-created video hypotheticals and alternative presentation software. Come learn about ideas which work well, and sometimes don't turn out as planned, in the classroom environment.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
24 June 10:30 - 11:30


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