Magna Online Seminars

A Guide to Video Communication for Online Instructors

Featured Higher Education Presenter: Jill Schiefelbein

As your online enrollment continues to skyrocket, your faculty may be lagging in one critical skillset: Creating online video content.

To help keep pace with the new demand for online video content, Magna Publications offers a comprehensive overview of how educators can learn to create, edit and upload their own video content in seminar: A Guide to Video Communication for Online Instructors.

After viewing the seminar, your faculty will understand:

  • How to identify content that is appropriate for video creation
  • How to modify and adapt content for video delivery
  • Which types of video options that are available, including screen captures, narrated text and the "teaching head"
  • What basic editing tools should be used to enhance video
  • How to compress, upload and embed video

Who will benefit from this seminar?

Any college and university with an online learning program should consider having these key staff members attend the seminar:

  • Online instructors (adjunct, professor, teaching assistant)
  • Training coordinators
  • Curriculum specialists and developers
  • Anyone involved in evaluating online instructors (supervisors)

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System Requirements:
To watch a Magna Online Seminar, you simply need a computer with speakers, web browser, Windows Media Player, and the Microsoft Silverlight plug-in.

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