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Meeting Instructional Faculty Needs: Training Faculty with Screencasting

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Title: Meeting Instructional Faculty Needs: Training Faculty with Screencasting
Authors: Javellana, Jean Q.
Instructor: Menchaca, Mike
Keywords: training faculty screencasting
Issue Date: 15 Apr 2011
Publisher: Jean Q Javellana
Citation: Javellana, J. (2011, April 8). Meeting Instructional Faculty Needs: Training Faculty with Screencasting. PowerPoint presented at the 16th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference.
Abstract: This instructional design project evaluated a video based instructional module created with Jing, a screencasting software, and its effectiveness of how images and videos of detailed travel procedures can enhance learner’s knowledge in completing online travel authorization forms using the University of Hawai`i eTravel website. Furthermore, this study evaluated how presenting verbal and visual explanations together in a coordinated way were more effective than providing written step-by-step instructions. Post-secondary faculty members from various academic departments at the University of Hawai`i – West O`ahu (UHWO) participated in this study. Literature reviews discussed the uses of screencasting in higher education libraries and a large organization, and how libraries were creating screencasting video and images to enhance their search strategies and reference services. Based on a pretest/post test experimental method, and a post attitudinal survey, instructional faculty found use of screencasting helpful in illustrating complex travel instructions to complete the online travel authorization forms. Further research will need to be conducted to determine if screencasting is an effective learning tool for instructional faculty, as well as for other eTravel users, such as support staff in the organization.
Pages/Duration: 8 pages
Rights: Copyright is held by author. Request permission for use.
Appears in Collections:ETEC 690, Spring 2011

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