Knut Linke
MBA, M.Comp. Sc.
LEARNTEC 2015, Karlsruhe, 28.01.2015
"Best Practices in the
Production of Learning Nuggets"
„Hochschule Weserbergland:
 Hameln, Lower Saxony
 Private, founded 2012
 ~460 students (informatics, business administr...
About me…
 E-Learning Center
 Since 2012
 Supported by an E-Learning strategy
 What does the ELC offer:
 Video produc...
What I‘m trying to avoid?
(5)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 6 to go
The mindset
Personal/Organizational Mistakes:
 Copy a (complete...
(6)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 5 to go
Do you really need Lightning?
(7)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 4 to go
Do you really need a Green Screen?
(8)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 3 to go
Do you really need a Green Screen?
Depth of field
(Tiefenunschär...
(9)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 2 to go
Sound:
 Sound quality might be more important then visual quali...
(10)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 1 to go
Look for the small things:
 Replace bonus parts with quality p...
(11)
Most Common Misteaks e
Most Common Mistakes – 0 to go
Applications which helped us:
 Camtasia Studio (Cutting + Soun...
(12)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 5 to go
If I asked people what the wanted
they would have s...
(13)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 4 to go
First: „Eat your own food“
Select content where yo...
(14)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 3 to go
Second: Be yourself!
Show your motivation  
Do ...
(15)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 2 to go
Third: Support the „producer“
Support him in the p...
(16)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 1 to go
Support yourself & choose the right Equipment
You m...
(17)
Rapid E-Learning Production
Rapid E-Learning Production – 0 to go
Support yourself & choose the right Apps
1. Look fo...
(18)
Educational Institution? You Can!
Rapid E-Learning Production – 0 to go
Rapid E-Learning with standardized support
- ...
(19)
Basics: Video publishing in the Net
Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 3 to go
First: Legal requirements
1. Be sure...
(20)
Basics: Video publishing in the Net
Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 2 to go
Second: Where and how do you publish...
(21)
Basics: Video publishing in the Net
Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 1 to go
Where and Who is your target group?
...
(22)
Basics: Video publishing in the Net
Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 0 to go
Third: remember always the quality…
...
This presentation was brought to you by:
Knut Linke
Hochschule Weserbergland
Am Stockhof 2
31785 Hameln
linke@hsw-hameln.d...
Sources:
Screenshots HSW Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/HSWeserbergland (OER)
Screenshots HSW Studio: Own work
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Best Practices and Lessons Learned of the University of Applied Acience Weserbergland (Hochschule Weserbergland) in the sector of learning nuggets production.

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  1. 1. Knut Linke MBA, M.Comp. Sc. LEARNTEC 2015, Karlsruhe, 28.01.2015 "Best Practices in the Production of Learning Nuggets"
  2. 2. „Hochschule Weserbergland:  Hameln, Lower Saxony  Private, founded 2012  ~460 students (informatics, business administration, engineering – mostly dual students) What can you expect? Lessons learned and best practices:  Most common production "mistakes“  Rapid e-learning production  How can an educational institution basically start with the production of learning nuggets?  Basic requirements for video publishing in the net
  3. 3. About me…  E-Learning Center  Since 2012  Supported by an E-Learning strategy  What does the ELC offer:  Video production (media laboratory)  Preproduction and postproduction support  Virtual Classrooms (Adobe Connect; Reflact)  Lecture Capturing (Techsmith Relay)  Trainings (Media production, Virtual Classroom handling…)  E-Examinations  Learn-Management-System
  4. 4. What I‘m trying to avoid?
  5. 5. (5) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 6 to go The mindset Personal/Organizational Mistakes:  Copy a (complete) lecture or try to reach „high standards“  Comparing of results with TV or movie output instead of looking on successful YouTube examples
  6. 6. (6) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 5 to go Do you really need Lightning?
  7. 7. (7) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 4 to go Do you really need a Green Screen?
  8. 8. (8) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 3 to go Do you really need a Green Screen? Depth of field (Tiefenunschärfe)
  9. 9. (9) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 2 to go Sound:  Sound quality might be more important then visual quality(!)  Students tends to listen to a video instead of watching it  Spend enough time on testing, because each person is individual when if it comes to mixing and editing
  10. 10. (10) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 1 to go Look for the small things:  Replace bonus parts with quality parts Most valuable devices in the media room?   Private „Clapperboard“ for 5.99€ incl. S&H  Duct tape
  11. 11. (11) Most Common Misteaks e Most Common Mistakes – 0 to go Applications which helped us:  Camtasia Studio (Cutting + Sound filter)  Audacity (Freeware with nice filters; Sound file must be exported from the video file and then reimported)  Cubase, Adobe Premiere & After Effects (MAC recommended)  Organizations which helped us: With Best Practices: elan e.v. – E-Learning Academic Network Niedersachsen & virtUOS (University Osnabrück) Trainings: FILM COOP, Munich & Filmhaus babelsberg, Potsdam & the users from amateurfilm-forum.de
  12. 12. (12) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 5 to go If I asked people what the wanted they would have said faster hourses“ - Henry Ford
  13. 13. (13) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 4 to go First: „Eat your own food“ Select content where you‘re an ace Select content which is secure for you Select content which you understand Maybe select a „Basic topic“ – and you might be the best…
  14. 14. (14) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 3 to go Second: Be yourself! Show your motivation   Do it when you have a good feeling about! Do it when you are excellent! And accept your failures…
  15. 15. (15) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 2 to go Third: Support the „producer“ Support him in the points mentioned before Try the result & be honest if something is wrong If it is tasty support, if not: Change your taste (visit conferences and contender) or change the meal…
  16. 16. (16) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 1 to go Support yourself & choose the right Equipment You must not spend a high budget on Hardware (Priority): 1. USB Microphone for 49-159€ Like: - Samson Go Mic Portable USB Condenser Microphone - Rode NT1-A 2. Good Headphones (~29€) (you need this to be able to listen carefully) 3. High quality Webcam (79€) – i.E. Logitech HD Pro C920
  17. 17. (17) Rapid E-Learning Production Rapid E-Learning Production – 0 to go Support yourself & choose the right Apps 1. Look for the „right“ application for you and your approach: - Do you need „real“ post production? - Camtasia: SnagIt (Beginners) and Camtasia (Advanced) - Do you might go with Freeware? - Free Screen Video Recorder, Ashampoo Snap 7 2. Think different: - Can you use a Hangout, AC or other collaboration tool? - Do you need a video of you? - If you have an camcorder: Do you need to screen the desktop?
  18. 18. (18) Educational Institution? You Can! Rapid E-Learning Production – 0 to go Rapid E-Learning with standardized support - Be aware of fear… it is a question of the mind set - Be sure that strategic support exists
  19. 19. (19) Basics: Video publishing in the Net Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 3 to go First: Legal requirements 1. Be sure that you own the rights on the content  Music, Sound Effects, Images, Drawings etc.  With audience, you might ask the audience… 2. Make sure that the „producer“ of the content is aware of point 1. Support the production process with FAQ, Information documents and a „legal“ document which is signed by the „producter“ and which makes clear that he has understood the requirements.
  20. 20. (20) Basics: Video publishing in the Net Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 2 to go Second: Where and how do you publish? - What do you want to publish? - What is you target group? - What devices will the use? „How to deal“ with mobile devices and the „Bring your own device“ Development? - How can you tag the information and use for SEO? - Remember §52a (in Germany)  Learn-Management-System
  21. 21. (21) Basics: Video publishing in the Net Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 1 to go Where and Who is your target group? & maybe: What is your content? Open-Education or CC 0 Content? Great! - Why not Torrent as distribution channel? - Or Dropbox Sharing…? - Be a Pirate with your OER Content on Pirate Bay!
  22. 22. (22) Basics: Video publishing in the Net Basics: Video Publising in the Net – 0 to go Third: remember always the quality… - You can not upscale video content (Brace youself: 4k is comming) - Produce in 1080p - Let the platform do the work - If you do not use a platform, give the choice of quality/size to the student - With each video compression the video quality does not increase (store the original files) - If the image is compressed, expect that the sound is also compressed… - Failures are anthropogenic… 
  23. 23. This presentation was brought to you by: Knut Linke Hochschule Weserbergland Am Stockhof 2 31785 Hameln linke@hsw-hameln.de +49 5151 9559-46 HSWeserbergland @hsw_elc www.hsw-elc.de Thank you for your time! (23)
  24. 24. Sources: Screenshots HSW Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/HSWeserbergland (OER) Screenshots HSW Studio: Own work Slide 2: www.fotolia.de ; www.istockfoto.com (HSW Portfolio) Slide 4: - Holy Grail, http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heiliger_Gral#mediaviewer/File:Caliz_de_Donna- Urraca.jpg - 42, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/6061815931/ - Rocket Science, https://www.flickr.com/photos/nasamarshall/4150011975 - Owl, https://www.flickr.com/photos/tambako/12576814824 Slide 5: - Daaruum, https://www.youtube.com/user/daaruum - Simon Unge, https://www.youtube.com/user/ungespielt Slide 8: Aunt Renie, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvu4kdSBUz8, Slide 12: Dagur Brynjolfsson, http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pferdegangart#mediaviewer/File:Hestar_014.jpg Slide 13 + 15: ItsMeritesh, https://www.flickr.com/photos/itsmeritesh/10470324244/ Slide 14: Jiuck, https://www.flickr.com/photos/jiuck/6982554346/ (24)

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