Conference programme

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

Welcome to Media & Learning 2019

Plenary / learn

Artificial Intelligence(AI), Virtual Learning and Immersion look set to be the talking points for much of Media & Learning 2019. We have invited several well-known experts to share their thoughts on these and related topics during our opening plenary session.
So let's get the conversation started......

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.

Added value lecture capture

Presentations / learn

This presentation session is all about getting the most out of lecture capture and addressing the concerns many people have about attendance and attainment.

Moderator: Emily Nordmann, University of Glasgow, UK

Getting the most out of videos in MOOCs

Discussions / talk

Join this session to discuss the role of video within the overall experience of MOOCs. Can video enhance the learning experience or do most videos simply reinforce old and often tired pedagogical models. Be prepared to share your experience of producing videos for MOOCs.

Discussants include:

Moderator: Deborah Arnold, AUNEGe, France

Practice what you speech – the value of podcasts

Workshops / learn

How can educational podcasts innovate your teaching and learning? In this workshop I will share experiences on podcast design and production for MOOCs and SPOCs at the Centre for Innovation and tell some findings from my own research. We will listen to different educational podcast examples, reflect together and exchange ideas. Why would you start podcasting as a teacher? What podcasts formats exist and what works well for online or blended education? Think about: audio lectures, interviews, debates, on-location stories and student-generated podcasts to activate learning. How can teachers be trained to produce their own podcasts, what support is needed?

In small groups you will brainstorm on an educational podcast design and you will have the opportunity to try-out recording the first part of your podcast to get a feel with the medium. Overall, during this workshop you will explore if and how podcasts are an added value for (online) learning and get practical insights to start podcasting yourself

Workshop will be led by:

Screenings of Student Productions

Screenings / watch

This screening session features examples of excellent student productions created in a learning context.

  • Action in education - students of the EDIT European Educational Video Challenge present their films and their learning experience
    Carmen Moxó Carpio, Pädagogische Hochschule Oberösterreich, Austria; Pia Guntermann, University of Paderborn, University of Education Upper Austria; Maren Kreutler, University of Paderborn, University of Education Upper Austria; Kathrin Berglar, University of Paderborn, University of Education Upper Austria; Michaela Kröger, University of Paderborn, University of Education Upper Austria & Lukas Grieger, University of Paderborn University of Education Upper Austria
  • Student productions across the campus
    Maarten Timmermans, LIMEL, KU Leuven, Belgium
Moderator: Maarten Timmermans, LIMEL, KU Leuven, Belgium

Exhibition Part 1

Visit this special exhibition featuring student generated video installations for assessment.

KU Leuven students of the course Visual and Experimental Anthropology have been required for more than 10 years to create their own anthropological films in groups. This year for the first time, they went one step further and created their own video installations. Prepare to be surprised by the results!

Exhibition introduced by Patrick Devlieger, Wim Van Petegem & Stef Stes, KU Leuven

Demonstration

Mediaspace@Unipd

Mediaspace is a multimedia site developed by Digital Learning and Multimedia Office of the University of Padova on Kaltura video platform. Students, teachers and staff of the University can upload and publish multimedia files, share contents and create collaboration networks. Lessons, tutorials, course presentations, events and conferences are part of the 4000 videos that were uploaded in less than two years.

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.

Supporting pedagogical innovation through video

Presentations / learn
Moderator: Zac Woolfitt, Inholland University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Multiple perspectives: Video reflection and feedback in learning and development

Workshops / learn

Video observation and feedback is an instructional approach that can improve performance in a broad range of professional disciplines. In this practical workshop, you'll explore some of its applications in higher education and develop an action plan for how to integrate video observation and feedback in your own field.

This workshop will be led by:

  • Dave Gatrell, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

AI and what it means for University Video Services

Discussions / talk

Some say that AI is transforming university life by providing services like digital assistants that can drastically improve the learning experience for students. What about video services? join this discussion to explore how and why video service providers can and should take AI very seriously.

Discussants include:

Moderator: Carlos Turro Ribalta, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

MEDEA finalists 2019 - Part 1

Screenings / watch

This screening session will feature 3 of the finalists in the MEDEA Awards 2019:

  • Couleur, Arts, Industrie
    Béatrice Avakian, MINES ParisTech, France
  • DynamicAnatomy, an Augmented Reality application for embodied learning
    Beerend Hierck, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
  • MOOC Le solfège à votre portée
    Caroline De Coninck , Université de Montréal, Canada & Marie Blain, Marie-Victorin College, Canada
Moderator: André Rosendaal, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Exhibition Part 2

Visit this special exhibition featuring student generated video installations for assessment.

KU Leuven students of the course Visual and Experimental Anthropology have been required for more than 10 years to create their own anthropological films in groups. This year for the first time, they went one step further and created their own video installations. Prepare to be surprised by the results!

Exhibition introduced by Patrick Devlieger, Wim Van Petegem & Stef Stes, KU Leuven

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.

Supporting academic teaching staff and students' access to resources and facilities

Presentations / learn
Moderator: Olaf Schulte, ETH Zurich

H5P tools to enrich interactivity of online videos

Workshops / learn

Interactive features can prolong the life of an online video. H5P content such as games, multimedia, questionnaires and social media can be layered on the top of your own video or any YouTube video without changing the original video. In this workshop, participants will get to know H5P tools and create at least one video featuring H5P interactive elements. Participants need to bring their own laptop.

This workshop will be led by:

Law and the educational video producer

Discussions / talk

Join this discussion which is all about the increasing number of legal issues university services face. Starting from a discussion about how videos and other creative works can be lawfully re-used under EU copyright law for educational and artistic purposes, this part of the discussion will also provide an opportunity to hear about the latest developments in EU copyright legislation, in particular the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. The discussion will then move onto the data protection challenges that arise from the use of media in the learning context, particularly with the coming into force of GDPR.

Here are some links that you might find useful added following the discussion that took place:
- Useful link about Creative Commons.
- Creative commons infographic
- Learning on Screen - Copyright Guidance
Under the FAQ #7 'Where can I find legitimate content?', you can find a list of sources of content which is free to reuse anywhere, either because in the public domain or distributed under Creative Commons licences.
- Copyright User
Independent online resource intended to make UK copyright law accessible to everyone. It provides authoritative and accessible guidance as well as various educational resources (based on UK law though)
- Copyright Cortex
Open access, authoritative text providing detailed guidance on UK copyright law.
- The Game is On!
One of the multimedia resources offered by CopyrightUser.org. It is a series of six short animated films (featuring Sherlock Holmes) accompanied by various educational materials. The accompanying texts are based on UK law, but the films are 'jurisdictions neutral' so they could be used to discuss copyright law anywhere. Also, in June 2019 the UK Intellectual Property Office published a new teaching resource based on The Game is On!, you can find it here. It is aimed at secondary schools and Further Education, but it offers useful materials for anyone who wants to teach copyright. The IPO resource is free but you need to register to download the resources.

Discussants:

Moderator: Sylvia Moes, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Media & Learning AGM

This session is open to all but only members can vote.

Followed by a discussion with networks and organisations about future collaboration

MEDEA finalists 2019 - Part 2

Screenings / watch

This screening session will feature 3 of the finalists in the MEDEA Awards 2019:

Moderator: Anneleen Cosemans, KU Leuven, Belgium

Networking Reception & MEDEA Awards Ceremony

This year's reception will take place in The City Hall of Leuven which is a landmark building on Leuven's Grote Markt square, just a 5 minute walk from the conference location.

Welcome address: Mohamed Ridouani, Lord Mayor of Leuven

Introduction to finalists in MEDEA Awards: Mathy Vanbuel, Chair of the MEDEA Awards 2019 judging committee, MEDEA

Welcome by: Otto Larsen, Regional Sales Director, Kaltura

Winners of this year’s MEDEA awards will then be announced, followed by the prize-giving.
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Sponsors and Exhibitors

MediaSite Kaltura Panopto
Ubicast WebClip2Go Kalyzée
Matrox Rapidmooc Crowdbeamer

Organisers