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Target Audience: Staff in academic, technical and professional job families who are involved or interested in the delivery and/or support of online and blended learning
Lightboards offer a way to create videos that complement flipped, online and blended learning.
A lightboard is an illuminated glass panel that allows a lecturer to write while facing the audience. The glass can also be used to screen PowerPoint presentations and other computer super-imposed media. When the lecturer writes using fluorescent markers, the words become illuminated like a hologram. Using simple post-production software, the video recording and the writing on the glass will be reversed. This setup allows instructors to illustrate lessons with a diagram or explain a formula without blocking the written content with their bodies and without turning their backs to their students. The technology is especially valuable for instructors in STEM subjects who must often work through formulae or explain complex processes using illustrations.
‘Teaching with Lightboards ‘is a two-part seminar:
- In the morning, Will Doherty of Blackburn College will demonstrate how to build micro and macro versions of the lightboard. The lightboard created will become a resource for learning and teaching at Strathclyde.
- The afternoon will focus on the pedagogical implications of teaching with lightboards and include an overview and history of the lightboard, a demonstrate its applications – particularly in teaching and learning STEM subjects – a discussion of the research and future implications.
Participants can register for :
- morning session 10am to 12.30pm
- afternoon session 1pm to 3pm
- all day session 10am - 3pm
Lunch will be provided for all-day and afternoon-only participants
Delivered By: Will Doherty of Blackburn College
- Origin and overview of the light board from Mat Anderson
- Web link showing Will’s mini light board demo
- Bigger versions of the light board
When applying for a course, you should note that there will be a £50* to your department if you cancel within 5** working days or you do not attend, and a £25 charge for cancellations/ non-attendance between 6 and 10 working days. There will be no charge for cancellation made 10 or more working days before the event. Notifications should be made to OSDU@strath.ac.uk
A department is welcome to send someone else in your place if they wish without incurring a charge, providing that person has the necessary pre-requisites for the course. In the case of courses split over more than one day, you must attend ALL parts of the course. If you fail to attend any part you will be charged as outlined above.
*This is the standard charge for cancellation or non-attendance of course of 1 days duration or less. For some courses there may be a higher cancellation charge and if this is the case you will be advised of this at the time of booking.
**Any bookings made within 10 days of the event will incur the charges as specified.