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Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas

The Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is an annual gathering of information technology professionals in post-secondary institutions in Kansas to present, discuss, and learn about new technologies and current issues in providing IT services to the higher education community. CHECK is sponsored by the Regents Information Technology Council (RITC) and coordinated by the Information Technology and Services Advisory (ITSA) subcommittee. Hosting the event rotates among the member institutions.

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Thursday, June 8 • 9:15am - 10:00am
Ilos for Video Production and Faculty Development

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Ilos for Video Production and Faculty Development
Presented by: Nathan Riedel, Fort Hays State University

FHSU's video production platform, “ilos” can be used to create, curate and distribute videos with unbelievable ease.  Learn how FHSU has coupled ilos with the Learning Technologies knowledge base to assist faculty in developing more efficient and engaging courses.  Attendees will be given a standard ilos demonstration covering 1) the process of setting up the ilos video recorder and recording a video, 2) the several options within the ilos video portal: sharing, editing, bookmarking, closed caption requests, etc., 3) video organization and distribution, and 4) ilos guest options. After demonstrating how to effortlessly record videos, attendees will then see how ilos has been used with the Learning Technologies knowledge base to create a Kahn Academy style video repository. 


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avatar for Nathan Riedel

Nathan Riedel

Learning Media Coordinator, Fort Hays State University
Video, LTI Building Blocks, Learning Technologies, Pedagogical Theory, Higher Education


Thursday June 8, 2017 9:15am - 10:00am
Trails Room Memorial Union

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