Providing Audio or Video Feedback for Student Assignments and Surveys -- a workshop 1/15

Providing Audio or Video Feedback for
Student Assignments and Surveys

Recently there has been an increased discussion about and a growing interest in providing audio or video types of feedback to students for a variety of reasons.  If you are convinced this is the way to go to improve your course, to improve your course evaluations, to improve your students’ performance, to increase the relevance of your feedback, and to even reduce your time on task, attend this workshop to learn about ways to provide either audio or video feedback or both.   If you aren’t sure this approach is appropriate for you, attend this workshop to explore the options and then make that decision.

During this hands-on workshop at the Center for Learning and Teaching, you will have an opportunity to embed audio feedback in a Word document, to attach audio feedback to your graded Blackboard assignments and other tools like discussion, wikis, and blogs, and to utilize Kaltura and YouTube from Blackboard.  You will also see demonstrations of using Adobe Connect to annotate as you speak.

When: The workshop will be held on

Wednesday, January 15 from 10am-noon
Thursday, February 6 from 1:30-3:30pm

Where:  The Center for Learning and Teaching’s Faculty Development Lab, Gornto 101 or via two-way audio/video at the Higher Education Centers.

To register:  Log in at and use the teachODU module or click Events in the top navigation.


Posted By: Alison Schoew
Date: Tue Jan 07 13:37:42 EST 2014