KU Leuven, Belgium
5—6 June 2019 in STUK, Leuven, Belgium
Media & Learning 2019 will highlight the latest pedagogical and technical developments in the field of video-supported learning through a highly interactive agenda featuring showcases, discussions, demos, talks and workshops. It will include an exhibition showing the latest technologies, services and tools that universities and colleges can adopt to transform their use of video.
Building on the success of last year’s conference which attracted 283 participants from 22 countries, we are looking forward to a spectacular event where leading experts and practitioners will share their experiences, insights and know-how along with screenings of educational media productions in the conference cinema.
how the very latest developments in video technology can be put to effective use in universities and colleges
about new approaches, developments and opportunities being realised in higher education
with your colleagues about the challenges you face in integrating video-based approaches in your own institution
some of the very finest examples of video used and produced in higher educational institutions
Emily Nordmann, University of Glasgow, UK will give a keynote presentation in which she will argue that the focus on the relationship between lecture capture and lecture attendance is misplaced and that there are more interesting and pedagogically important questions we should be asking (and answering)
MEDEA Awards encourages innovation and celebrates good practice in the use of media (audio, video, graphics and animation) in education. The 2019 award ceremony will be held on 5 June, 2019 in the Town Hall Leuven, where Media & Learning conference participants will be welcomed by the Mayor, Mohamed Ridouani. If you would like to submit an entry you will find all the information you need here - the closing date for submissions is 15 March 2019.
Robert M. Lipps, Sonic Foundry, USA will give a keynote presentation where he will argue that given the fact that today’s digital native students crave a traditional college experience, institutions need to figure out what that looks like in a fast-paced world. Rob will explore the massive potential for streaming video & artificial intelligence to offer Gen Z the Netflix model for learning.
Sonia Hetzner from Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) in Germany will be moderating a discussion on Do It Yourself Production Concepts for Higher Education. Everyone taking part is welcome to share their experiences of different approaches to production from simple DIY to other variants and practices.
Donald Clark from WildFire, UK will give a keynote presentation in which he will build on learning theory, research on the use of video in learning and recent developments in AI, to create balanced, effortful learning experiences.
Dave Gatrell from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University will lead a workshop on video observation and feedback which is an instructional approach that can improve performance in a broad range of professional disciplines. In this practical workshop, Dave will help you develop an action plan for how to integrate video observation and feedback in your own field.
Interactive features can prolong the life of an online video. Janne Länsitie from Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland is hosting a workshop on the use of H5P tools to enrich interactivity of online videos in which participants will get to know H5P tools and create at least one video featuring H5P interactive elements.
There will be a half day pre-conference workshop on Tuesday 4 June led by the organisers of the annual EDIT Educational Video Challenge aimed at teacher training organisations. During the workshop you will find out more about the EDIT model for creating educational videos in a hackathon-style event organised in a unique international cooperation model. The workshop will be led by Janne Länsitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Christian Kogler, University of Education Upper Austria, Austria and Rebekka Schmidt, University of Paderborn, Germany
360˚ Video, 3D, 4K, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality look set to provide really immersive learning experiences in universities just as elsewhere. In a session dedicated to this topic, Dieter Struyf from Thomas More University College, Belgium and Matt Gilooly & Laura Hollinshead from University of Derby, UK will share their experiences of Using immersive video to enhance simulated practice for students in different disciplines.
The Leuven Institute for Media and Learning aka LIMEL, is the place where, at KU Leuven, educators and students can find everything they need to produce high quality videos. Not only do LIMEL staff work with a professional video team, they also train educators to enable them to make their own videos. This visit includes both a tour of the facilities as well as discussion about how the LIMEL support model works.
Mike Wald from the University of Southampton, UK will show how the accessibility of video for learning can be enhanced using current technologies and discuss the potential for AI to improve the availability of accessible media.