British Universities Film & Video Council

moving image and sound, knowledge and access

New course date confirmed: Think visual

Presented by: Catherine Chambers, Senior Producer, Open University

Next course date: Thursday 20 November 2014.  Book 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

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.

It was a very interesting and informative day – the presenter had a great knowledge of subject.” Rob Higson, University of Derby

As Senior Producer at the Open University, Catherine Chambers produces short form content across all subject areas for multiple platforms, including iTunes, YouTube and FutureLearn Moocs.  Prior to this, Catherine worked for the BBC in radio production and as an AV Producer on BBC 5Live, producing the popular Kermode and Mayo film review and on campaigns including Wimbledon 606 and Sports Relief.

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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