VideUM – Maastricht University video portal

Some links to sections of VideUM the Maastricht University video portal, supported by the UM library.

Knowledge clips: Openshot

If you have found/made a video for your course, and you need to edit it; perhaps delete some parts of it or add a few slides in between to provide further explanations for your students, then we can tell you about openshot. A great video-editing tool.
Here is a clip that our colleagues in the library have made. You see instructions on how to use Open shot.
Openshot is a free tool. You can download and install it on your computer through this link. https://www.openshot.org/nl/

 

Educational lunch lecture: Videos and Knowledge clips

On Tuesday April 2nd 2019 Maryam Asoodar and Jan Hensgens (both task group Instructional Design and eLearning) in cooperation with Ilse Sistermans (University Library) did a highly interactive lecture about the use of videos and knowledge clips for the Faculty FHML. This lecture was attended by about 40 staff members. The main focus was on a didactic perspective, emphasizing the necessity of an educational embedding or a video. The alignment of learning goals, the design of the education, the learning material and the clip has been discussed. Some guidelines about multi media design and some quality criteria to grade existing knowledge clips has been provided.The audience has been actively involved using the online tool Whooclap to discuss the Why, What, How or knowledge clips. Finally an overview of the production steps are provided. here (presentation as ppt file) .

Contact us via id_elearning@maastrichtuniversity.nl if you are interested in one of the follow-up activities:

PBL MOOC: UM presents short lectures on Problem-Based Learning

Highly informative and interesting knowledge clips were used in the MOOC. A selection of those clips are shared here.
Maastricht University presents short lectures on Problem-Based Learning: How, what and why? Features of a well-designed learning task; Designing a PBL course from four components; and the future of PBL.

You also hear student opinions on problem-based learning: process or PBL, learning effects, relevance.

Enjoy exploring and learning;)

Problem-Based Learning: How, what and why?

Features of a well-designed learning task – Heidi Maurer

Features of a well-designed learning task – Christina Peristeridou

Features of a well-designed learning task – Sjoke Merk

Features of a well-designed learning task – Piet & Ben 1

Features of a well-designed learning task – Piet & Ben 2

Features of a well-designed learning task – Menno Knetsch

Designing a PBL course from four components – Jeroen van Merriënboer

Student opinions on problem-based learning: process or PBL

Student’s opinions on problem-based learning: learning effects

Student’s opinions about problem-based learning: relevance

Future of PBL