- Making orientation material for students and workplace instructors (info and guide videos)
- Making educational materials ( lectures / info clips) for students (videos can be revisited)
Create a virtual tour of the learning environment or any building or its equipment (as a teaching / guidance material)
- Remote counseling or guiding of on-the-job learning in real time
- Videos as teaching, guidance and orientation material for the workplace supervisor and student (see eg. Restaurant Henricus)
Documentation of the skill demonstration and assessment of skills (eg making the competence visible when the instructor is not physically present)
Support material for assessment
- Videos are time and place independent tools and can be conveniently distributed across multiple channels.
- Can also be used to guide students further away.
Video helps to get a better picture of a place or work process than photos and textual description.
Action camera solutions help you record work in a way that your mobile device alone does not suffice.
Students are keen on watching videos, and also learning videos can be watched on a mobile phone.
- Equipment for shooting videos
- Camcorder, Action camera (GoPro), mobile phone or tablet with a camera
- Separate microphone (eg. lavalier mic)
- Screencast-O-Matic for capturing and sharing screenshots
- Editing software (making movies or combine video and still photos): Adobe Spark Starter, Windows Moviemaker, iMovie (Apple, iOS), FilmoraGo or Quik (Android)
- Sharing videos eg. for Moodle: Youtube, Vimeo
- Creating multimedia applications: Thinglink.com (eg. interactive images or 360 Virtual Tours like Lakela360)
(list when such is available)