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EdTech19-ColmDunphy-DataProjector-Gasta

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5 min gasta presentation - if you can use a data projector you're ready for online

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  1. 1. If you can use a data projector, you’re ready for online Colm Dunphy WIT
  2. 2. Colm Dunphy (WIT) “Tea Room Evangelist for Online Learning” This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY
  3. 3. “I can’t use two remote controls for one tv.” “Online is not for me…”
  4. 4. afraid of the technology This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY WHY ?
  5. 5. What if? • remove the technological fear • enable them to start teaching online: 1. create videos 2. stream video live
  6. 6. ½ 50 12
  7. 7. f2f In the classroom
  8. 8. Turn On Connect Change Input Source Data Projectors
  9. 9. Online
  10. 10. Special software for delivering online (video) Live (synchronous)
  11. 11. Software for delivering online (video) Recorded (asynchronous)
  12. 12. BUT... • Lecturer needs to learn these programs • Complicated • Scary • Different functionalities- KISS • Cost • Single product/vendor lock-in • Restrictions
  13. 13. Simplify The Lecturer UX This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  14. 14. “Apply the analogy of the data projector in f2f classes, to teaching online”
  15. 15. 1. Setup • When teachers make a request to CTEL • Hide the technological pain • Profiles • Templates • Customisations This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  16. 16. 2. Deliver Online Classes Independantly
  17. 17. F2F 1. Timetable – specifies classroom 2. Prep your class 3. Bring your laptop (or keyring, or online files) 4. Power on PC and login 5. Turn on the data projector using projector software 6. Load up your presentation or Hook up your laptop 7. Switch inputs on Data Projector Remote Control 8. Use whatever you normally use to present • Powerpoint, demo software, screen annotation tools, etc. Online - Recorded 1. Book online studio - POD 2. Same 3. Same 4. Same 5. Nothing to do 6. Same 7. Stream deck 8. Same
  18. 18. • Press REC to start • Press REC again to finish • Saves file to Movies folder > copy or upload when finished The extra bit Online - Recorded
  19. 19. F2F 1. Timetable – specifies classroom 2. Prep your class 3. Bring your laptop (or keyring, or online files) 4. Power on PC and login 5. Turn on the data projector using projector software 6. Load up your presentation or Hook up your laptop 7. Switch inputs on Data Projector Remote Control 8. Use whatever you normally use to present • Powerpoint, demo software, screen annotation tools, etc. Online - Live 1. Book online studio - POD 2. Same 3. Same 4. Same 5. Nothing to do 6. Same 7. Stream deck 8. Same Same workflow
  20. 20. Create YouTube Live Event • (from existing one) • Name of the event • Start Date / Time • Finish Date / Time The extra bit • Press STREAM to start • Press STREAM again to finish • Saves video to YouTube channel > available immediately Online - Live But First:
  21. 21. So there were 3 new things mentioned: 1. PODs 2. StreamDeck 3. YouTube Live
  22. 22. 1. PODS
  23. 23. 2. STREAM DECK Replaces the data projector remote
  24. 24. ELGATO STREAM DECK Replaces your data projector remote
  25. 25. Turn On Connect Change Input Source Stream Mic Recording Same Head Laptop Laptop & Me PC Screen 2 Hold
  26. 26. Record Saves a video file to the Videos folder
  27. 27. 3. YouTube Live
  28. 28. Stream – Live Events Join Eamonn's class Create a new event from an existing one
  29. 29. Appears as a video on course webpage with countdown Stream – Live Events EdTech 2019 Postmortem
  30. 30. Stream – Ends Playback video Added to the YouTube Channel
  31. 31. Appears the same. No updates of page neccessary Stream – Playback Video EdTech 2019 Postmortem Play This Week’s Classes
  32. 32. Other Considerations for Online • Eyeballing students • Staring down the camera lense • Communicating with student • Slack, YouTube chat • Presentation Platform • YouTube, Moodle, Blog, Website, Tutors-Ts • Supporting Online • very time consuming • Levels / Quality • Animation • Annotating • Quality of materials • Quality and amount of support • Active Learning, Engagement, Retention, Student Experience Socrative Slack ScreenBrush Tutors-ts Analytics
  33. 33. EdTech 2019 Posters VR 360 ImageVideo
  34. 34. “If you already use a data projector in class, What’s stopping you delivering online?” socrative.com room: EDTECH2019 student login cdunphy@wit.ie @cdunphy cdunphythebigblaa

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