12 Looking Through the Faculty Lens: Creating Engaging Video Content


How can you create engaging and instructional videos to support your students’ learning? A panel of faculty will share their experiences creating videos for the Creativity, Innovation, and Change (CIC) massive open online course (MOOC) that launched in 2013 on the Coursera platform. Our Panelists will share their stories about how theater principles played a critical role in producing captivating video content as part of the CIC course experience.

Faculty Panel:

Jack Matson, Emeritus Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Kathryn Jablokow, Professor of Engineering Design & Mechanical Engineering
Darrell Velegol, Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering
Susan Russell, Associate Professor of Theatre

Session Recording

Link to Recording – August 24, 2020

Resources Mentioned in the Presentation

  1. Session Survey
  2. Creativity, Innovation, and Change Coursera MOOC
  3. Sample video from the MOOC – “Idea Journal”
  4. One Button Studio (OBS) @ Home
  5. OBS Appointments
  6. Media Commons Free Media Library
  7. Media Commons Resources for Faculty
  8. Engaging Students Series: Creating, Finding, and Assessing Video to Engage Students (recording, slides, and resources)


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