Enhancing Online Learning with Video Elements
The ability to enhance online courses with simple video elements helps students to not only complete assignments, readings, and discussions, it helps students to check into your classes more often thus you are able to retain students. This presentation will demonstrate how to create a simple video, compress it, and access code to embed the file into your Course Management System or even upload to a website, blog or YouTube. The best thing is, no expensive equipment or software is required, and for the most part it will cost you nothing except time.
Glen Jenewein, Kaplan University
Glen J. Jenewein currently resides in Battle Ground, Washington and has been a Professor at Kaplan University since 2003 in the School of Information Technology. Glen also has been a Visiting Professor with DeVry University since 2003.
Mr. Jenewein most recently worked at Clark College, located in Vancouver, Washington, as the Director of eLearning. Mr. Jenewein was also a full-time professor at Portland Community College, in Portland Oregon, where he taught in the computer information systems program and served as the Chair of the department. Mr. Jenewein spent 13 years in the U.S. Navy as a communications officer and was instrumental in establishing communications from the South Pole to Paramus, New Jersey, for the National Science Foundation.
Glen the course lead for three courses at Kaplan University along with serving as the faculty advisor for the KU Association for Computing Machinery and the School of Information Technology’s Honor Society; Iota Sigma Tau.