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Presentation Design and Video Production for Education and Teaching Online: A User Guide
March 7, 2018
Jonas Thorén, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
The development of online education is running fast, driven by organizations and platforms like edX and a number of universities around the world at the forefront. This global digital transformation in education comes with great challenges. Universities need to provide a support service and encourage their teachers to spend time on learning how to adapt their presentations for online education.

This presentation will introduce a user guide designed for teachers but which can also serve as a source of inspiration for media teams helping teachers to produce online material. The focus is on presentation design and video production, providing an overview of what it really means to go online with education.
Keywords: video, tutorial
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Presentation Design and Video Production for Online Education: A User’s Guide

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