Conference programme

Please note that the programme will be further developed in the coming weeks and that it is subject to change.

Opening Plenary

Plenary / learn

Media & Learning 2018: Video in Higher Education is all about highlighting the latest pedagogical and technical developments in the field of video supported and video enhanced learning. With more than half of all universities across Europe integrating video into their services, now is the time to take stock of what this development implies from both a learning as well as a service provision perspective and to benefit from the experience of others.

This opening plenary session will set the scene for the next two days, kick-start the conversations that we need to have and help to inspire everyone involved with relevant information, provocative questions and great advice.

  • Opening welcome speech
    Luc Sels, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • MITx: Lessons Learned, Best Practices and Creative Approaches to Video Based Learning
    Lana Scott, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Beyond the Bitrate: Ensuring Campus Video Success
    Robert M. Lipps, Sonic Foundry , USA
  • Nanne Roos Vonk, Handicap & Studie, The Netherlands
Moderator: Anke Pesch, LIMEL, KU Leuven, Belgium

Coffee Break

According to wikipedia, the 'coffee break' allegedly originated in the late 19th century in Wisconsin, USA with the wives of Norwegian immigrants - but in conference terms it has come to mean the time when you meet old friends and catch up on news and developments.

Best practices in the use of video to enhance learning impact

Presentations / learn

This session presents specific applications and cases.

  • Learning first aid motor skills by means of interactive video
    Nathalie Charlier, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Martin Khechara, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
  • Visual documentation of the evolution of life by students – a case study
    John Murray, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
  • Mission Offi'Sim's - a serious game for pharmacist students in France (MEDEA Awards 2018 Finalist)
    Pauline Thevenot & Gérard Casanova, Université de Lorraine, France
Moderator: Sónia Hetzner, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Exhibition and demonstrations

Demonstrations / picture
Visit the demonstration area and meet our exhibitors, many of whom are running demonstrations on their stands. Timed demonstrations on booth number 9 and number 10:

Practitioner workshops

Workshops / learn

These workshops are designed for a max of 25 people and prior booking is required.

  • 11:30 – 12:15 | Workshop A: Cohack, VR as a learning tool
    Wim Forceville, Campus Sint-Lukas Gent, Belgium
  • 12:15 – 13:00 | Workshop B: How to design an extended reality learning experience; a multidisciplinary, team-based approach
    Thomas Ginn & Monique Snijder, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Legal and ethical issues affecting video use in higher education

Discussions / talk

This discussion will focus on the increasing number of legal and ethical issues facing higher education institutions: what is the impact of EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on lecture capture? Can Higher Education Institutions use evidence from lecture capture to take disciplinary measures against lecturers or students? How will future regulations on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in education and OER affect access to video resources? What impact do laws related to access have on video service providers in higher education?

Discussants:

  • Bartolomeo Meletti, British Universities Film & Video Council
Moderator: Stuart Phillipson, Manchester University & Opencast Matterhorn, UK

Lunch

Lunch will be provided in the conference venue and is free to all registered participants. It will be served buffet-style providing you with plenty of opportunities to meet existing friends and colleagues. You can also use the time to visit the exhibition and demonstration stands hosted by various companies and organisations active in the video in higher education sector.

Experiences with 360˚ video, augmented and virtual reality

Presentations / learn
  • Depth cues for improved learning of anatomy
    Stijn De Buck, KU Leuven/UZ Leuven, Belgium
  • Mapping student engagement with 360 degree video content through user-annotations and analytic visualisations
    Sabine Tan, School of Education, Curtin University, Australia
  • Use of multiple-camera-perspectives and virtual reality in skills and simulation training in a midwifery program
    Kristof Cleymans & Annelies Huysentruyt, Artevelde University College, Belgium
  • Bringing Complex Theories to Life Using 360 Degree Video in Humanities
    Rob Higson & Matt Howcroft , University of Derby, United Kingdom
Moderator: Predrag Pale, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Exhibition and demonstrations

Demonstrations / picture

Visit the demonstration area and meet our exhibitors, many of whom are running demonstrations on their stands.

Timed demonstration on booth number 10:

Screenings and viewings

Screenings / watch
  • Samples of students video production work
    Ornaith Rodgers & Labhaoise Ní Dhonnchadha, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
  • Highlights from the European Educational Challenge video competition run with teacher trainers
    Janne Länsitie , Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland & Christian Kogler, University of Education Upper Austria , Austria
  • On Being a Scientist (MEDEA Awards 2018 Finalist)
    Remco van Schadewijk, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Moderator: Miet Smets, LIMEL, KU Leuven, Belgium

Research Symposium - Part 1

Discussions / talk

Part 1: The learning impact of video creation in different settings, scenarios and formats

  • Producing a Video to Communicate a new Model of Coaching to GAA Coaches: A Narrative Approach
    Jimmy D'Arcy, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) , Ireland
  • Why use video creation as an assessment method? A literature review
    Ruth Hawley, University of Derby, United Kingdom
  • The Creation of an educational resource to enhance the implementation of a new online business game
    Tom Kinney, Invest Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Moderator: Yvonne Crotty, DCU, Ireland

Practitioner workshops

Workshops / learn

These workshops are designed for a max of 25 people and prior booking is required.

  • 14:30 – 15:15 | Workshop C: Learning Experience Design with VPRO Open Source Science TV
    Joasia van Kooten & Monique Snijder, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  • 15:20 – 16:05 | Workshop D Teaching and Learning Support in Opencast
    Olaf Schulte, Opencast; Rüdiger Rolf, Universität Osnabrück-virtUOS, Germany & Carlos Turro Ribalta, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

Coffee Break

According to wikipedia, the 'coffee break' allegedly originated in the late 19th century in Wisconsin, USA with the wives of Norwegian immigrants - but in conference terms it has come to mean the time when you meet old friends and catch up on news and developments.

Best practices in the use of video to enhance learning impact

Presentations / learn
  • Self-paced learning of math and physics by blending of video clips and exercise sheets
    Riet Callens, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Silvia Vega, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
  • Use of video in a MOOC to reproduce a professional situation to learn English
    Gérard Casanova, Université de Lorraine, France
Moderator: Olaf Schulte, Opencast

Exhibition and demonstrations

Demonstrations / picture

Visit the demonstration area and meet our exhibitors, many of whom are running demonstrations on their stands.

Timed demonstration on booth number 10.

Screenings and viewings

Screenings / watch

During this screening session you can view the winning entries of the 2017 MEDEA Awards and the finalists for the MEDEA Awards 2018.
The winners of this year’s competition will be announced later today during the networking reception at 18:00.

  • Écoute cette histoire (MEDEA Winner 2017)
    Aurélie Garnier, TV5 Québec , Canada
  • Somme Tales (MEDEA Winner 2017)
    Andrew Payne, The National Archives, UK
  • Suffrage Tales (MEDEA finalist 2018)
    Andrew Payne, The National Archives, UK
  • Rethinking 'Us' & 'Them': Integration and Diversity in Europe (MEDEA finalist 2018)
    Sophia Burton, Migration Matters e.V., Germany
  • Risky Business (MEDEA finalist 2018)
    Philip O'Neill & Helen Jackson, Ulster University, United Kingdom
  • Learning History (MEDEA finalist 2018)
    Dimitrios Chatzakis, Mandoulides Schools, Greece
Moderator: Joasia van Kooten, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Practitioner workshops

Workshops / learn

These workshops are designed for a max of 25 people and prior booking is required.

Research symposium - Part 2

Presentations / learn

Part 2: The impact of video supported learning in different settings, scenarios and formats

  • A pedagogical reception analysis study on the effects of an educational film
    Tiiu Tenno, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  • Turn up, tune in, don’t drop out: The relationship between lecture attendance, use of lecture recordings, and achievement at different levels of study
    Emily Nordmann, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Moderator: Yvonne Crotty, DCU, Ireland

Reception

Make sure to bring plenty of business cards and get ready to meet lots of new people during this highly interactive networking reception where we mix business with pleasure. During the reception you will have the chance to meet many of the people on the conference programme and to share your ideas and plans related to media education and media literacy.

The reception starts with the MEDEA Awards.



This reception is sponsored by Panopto.
Panopto

Sponsors and Exhibitors

MediaSite Echo360 Kaltura
Panopto Barco Ubicast

Organisers