Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM PT/ 12:00 PM ET
Speaker: Dr. Allen Partridge
A growing trend in Higher Education suggests – move the content delivery out of the classroom and bring the students back in. What this essentially means is, a large number of Higher Ed institutions are embracing Flipped Learning, which lets you make use of the precious class time better to encourage collaborative learning.
In this session you will learn, how with Adobe Presenter, you can achieve Flipped Learning. Now turn your teaching content into HD videos from your desktop and publish to popular video sharing sites. Repurpose existing PowerPoint presentations with out-of-the-box assets, add eye-catching quizzes, and deliver these courses to your students’ desktops and tablets. Enable video analytics to identify learners who need extra help. Track advanced learner performance metrics when you upload these courses on leading learning management systems.
At Albany Law School, many professors have been narrating their PowerPoint presentations using Adobe Presenter and then posting them as pdfs (with audio) in the course’s TWEN site. These recorded presentations are assigned as homework. In class, the professors now have more time for discussion and assessments.