British Universities Film & Video Council

moving image and sound, knowledge and access

Think visual: video storytelling in education

Presented by: Catherine Chambers, Open University Commissioning Producer

Tuesday 3 June 2014.  Book your place now

The BUFVC’s new one-day course on the teaching role of video is essential for anyone interested in using video in a teaching environment.

The course will aim to show participants how video can enhance the learning experience, when you might use video as a learning resource and how you would design a good learning video.

By the end of the course participants will be able to do the following:

  • Understand why video is an important tool for learning and teaching
  • Be able to identify what makes good video for teaching and learning purposes
  • Be familiar with different approaches to video according to teaching use
  • Understand how video works with the rest of your material

Presented by Catherine Chambers, Commissioning Producer at the Open University, this course will provide participants with a clear understanding of why and how to use a visual as opposed to a text-based approach in teaching.

Course fees:

  • Standard rate: £156 plus VAT at 20%
  • BUFVC member rate: £132 plus VAT at 20%
  • BUFVC Premier member rate: £108 plus VAT at 20%

Please note: course fees are per person and include a sandwich lunch and refreshments

Book your place via our online booking form

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