Cup cake video
Making Cup cakes as an example of how easy it can be to document using Flip cameras and iMovie.
The inaugural UAL Bar Camp Workshop in Creating Digital Media for Teaching and Learning was held on Feb 10th at the Media Faculty block at LCC.
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The Learning Studio is a new community of practice (CoP) around learning technology use in Art, Design and Media within UAL. It is open to anyone to join and participate, whatever your role or current use or experience of learning technology. See link to Lindsay's Documenting practice FLIP chat show: http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/documenting-practice-flip
The Learning Studio is holding an informal, Bar Camp (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BarCamp) style workshop on creating digital media for teaching and learning. There was plenty of hands on activities and demos of a range of ways to create, distribute and use digital media, and all are aimed at non-expert users.
There was a range of activities, very informal – no formal presentations, instead colleagues talked about how they are using a variety of media in their teaching and learning.
Colleagues demonstrated their activities in different parts of the room. These included
1: Lindsay Jordan shown us how she uses simple compact video recorders like the flip cam to record reflective interviews with the participants on the PG Cert in Teaching and Learning
2: Tony Pritchard talked about his use of podcasting, he is currently leading on a college project to help staff develop podcasting as part of their L&T strategy
3: Patrick Sutherland talked about simple sound recording for interviews, podcasts and atmosphere
4: Jackson Jessop demonstrated his kit room website for the equipment stores in the film and television department at LCC see http://www.thekitroom.net/site/Home.html
5: Chris Follows talked about the Process arts website see http://process.arts.ac.uk/
Event organised by email Paul Lowe at email@example.com so we can have an idea of numbers in advance.