Track Session Type

The Value of Open Creation: OER Creation & Management, Copyright, Licensing, and CC 101, Instructional Design and Ed Tech for OER, Open Pedagogy

Presentation Type

Presentation

OER Level of Expertise

Beginner

Audience

Faculty, instructional designer

SessionTitle

Visualizing Lectures

Session Abstract

Learn how to visualize and share core concepts to drive engagement and create sustainable OERs.

Objectives of the Session

1. Learn how to use Visme to create an infographic

2. Employ Creative Commons Licensing to the infographics

Full Description of the Session

In this session, I will address how use the Visme tool to create OERs as infographics. I will provide a process list detailing how to move from a traditional lecture format to a visualized lecture. I will explain the functionality of the platform and share multiple examples from my portfolio. Attendees will be polled to share observations concerning the individual infographics. Alternative tools and methods to Visme will also be explored.

Presenter Bios

I design and I deliver. I have a passion for engaging learners and for leveraging technology, I am fluent in multiple authoring tools and LMSs and have ample experience in on-campus/on-site and on-line settings.

Publishing Permission

1

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License.

Start Date

26-5-2022 10:30 AM

End Date

26-5-2022 11:00 AM

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Visualizing Lectures

In this session, I will address how use the Visme tool to create OERs as infographics. I will provide a process list detailing how to move from a traditional lecture format to a visualized lecture. I will explain the functionality of the platform and share multiple examples from my portfolio. Attendees will be polled to share observations concerning the individual infographics. Alternative tools and methods to Visme will also be explored.

 

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