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Recordings of 2019 webinars on EDIT criteria:

Artistic Quality
by Janne Lansitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences
Link:
https://connect.funet.fi/p2u90azgsre9/

(requires flashplayer) 

Educational Value
by Janne Lansitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences

Link: https://connect.funet.fi/p1ftq2d1xoq9/

(requires flashplayer) 

Technical Merrits
by Christian Kogler, Pädagogische Hochschule Oberösterreich

Link: https://vimeo.com/367423366

Presentation PDF file for download: click here 

Definitions

Educational Value

  • The educational value and aim of the video are clearly defined
  • Who is the learner (a viewer or the people who made the video)?
  • Does the video have a clear target group?
  • At what point of the learning process is the video intended to be used?
  • What is the intended learning outcome or learning activity triggered by the video?
  • The pedagogical idea of the video is explained clearly
  • Does the video support the main idea or aim of either teaching or learning activity without distraction?
  • Is the educational aim clearly visible in the video?
  • The length of the video is aligned with the level of complexity of the content dealt with in the video
  • Please do not do this: „This 22 second video will teach children the theories of nuclear physics.“


Artistic quality

  • Storytelling
    • The narrative of the story is able to engage the viewer
    • There is an understandable structure to the story
  • Acting
    • The acting doesn’t distract from the story
  • Supporting arrangements
    • Use of music, visual elements and location support the story and do not distract the viewer 
    • Visual and technical effects do not overwhelm but support storytelling and stylistic choices 


Technical Merrits

  • Image quality
    • The camera work does not distract from the viewing experience
      (e.g. shaking, going out of focus etc.)
    • Proper use of picture sizes to show details and images that are crucial for the story
  • Editing
    • The cuts and the music support the rhythm of the story and don’t distract from the viewing experience
    • Animation and effects support the story and don’t distract from the viewing experience
  • Audio quality
    • Spoken word is clearly understandable
    • Music and effects do not overwhelm spoken word and support the experience
    • Background noises do not disturb the audio
  • Graphics and titles
    • Written word is clearly readable (big enough, staying on screen long enough, not too much words at once)
    • Graphics and titles do not overwhelm other visuals and support the experience 

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