Presented by Peter B. Kaufman, President and Executive Producer of Intelligent Television
This virtual Connections seminar will be an open discussion around the issues of video production for higher education institutions, open access to video resources and how the student educational experience is changing in this age of video consumption.
Peter Kaufman, President and Executive Producer of Intelligent Television, previously held the appointment of Associate Director of Columbia University’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. He has served as an expert advisor on access issues to the Library of Congress’s Division of Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound and co-chair of the JISC Film & Sound Think Tank.
Intelligent Television produces films, video, and television programs in close association with cultural and educational institutions worldwide and the Google-funded Intelligent Channel. Mr. Kaufman also writes articles and books and produces video about media, education, history, and society. Below are a number of his recent publications:
Video for Wikipedia and the open web: A guide to best practices for cultural and educational institutions
Film and Sound in Higher and Further Education: A Progress Report with Ten Recommendations
How to Participate
The virtual seminar will be offered in a variety of ways to allow for flexible participation. Participants will be able to attend face to face, in locations across campus or by watching the live presentation at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCM_M9qwv2k.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions through a facilitator at each location or by using the hashtag #mediaucreate via Twitter.
Learning and Teaching Unit: Brian Landrigan - Room 1025, Level 10, Library Building
Medicine: Lila Azouz - Rm SG12 Ground Floor Wallace Wurth Building
AGSM: Armida Podre - Bronte Beach Syndicate Room, AGSM Building Ground Level
UNSW Global: Nikki Hayes - Squarehouse S207
UNSW Canberra: Fiona Honeyman - LTG Seminar Room, Building 36 Room 107
This seminar is part of mediaUcreate an online Moodle site designed to assist staff in developing educational media. mediaUcreate resources have been curated to allow both experts and novices to begin exploring the possibilities of including media in the learning experience.
Room 1025, Level 10, Library Building and online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCM_M9qwv2k.