Our community for educational video is back – but this time with a twist! As a part of last week’s focus on video assessment support, we held our first-ever themed event. Missed out? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered once again in this wrap-up blog post.

A Framework for video assessments

First up we had Natasha Sutevski who shared with us a framework for designing video assessments. Want to learn more? Check out this resource page for more information.

Film assessment in teacher education: what can other HE subjects learn?

Next up we had Jane Hunter with a case study from FASS. Her students submitted video assessments that were showcased in their own mini-film-festival. You can learn more about the project via the Real Words website.

Making the most of video assessment: student-generated content to address real world environmental issues

Jonathan Webb was next, with a case study from Science. Jonathan’s students created videos similar to ones that would appear at a scientific conference, and then used those videos to create discussions. Learn all about it in the video below!

Introducing: new video assessment resources

Last but not least, Mais Fatayer introduced us to a new collection of resources that focused on video assessments.

We had a great time and would like to thank our speakers for their insights, as well as everyone who attended the events. For those interested in attending our next event, you can register for the 9th instalment of the UTS Video Meet-Up below.

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