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Instructional Uses of Live Online Video Streaming: Emerging Trends Lecture Series October 17, 2016

Dear Faculty,

The Emerging Trends lecture series offers tools to assist faculty with the use of technology in teaching. Emerging Trends is a partnership of the Office of the Provost and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The next talk is scheduled for Friday, October 21.

Instructional Uses of Live Online Video Streaming
Friday, October 21, 2016
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Farish Hall, Kiva Room

Presented by: Than Tran and David Dumonde

Live-streaming is a way to create and deploy live video and audio over the internet to a wide audience. In this program, instructional designers, Thanh Tran and David Dumonde, will introduce how to use live-streaming to supplement your instruction. Ms. Tran will cover different ways instructors can implement live video and what to consider when preparing for it. Mr. Dumonde will introduce free tools to help get you started and show you how easy it is to use live online video streaming for lectures, demonstrations, guest speakers, group discussion, office hours, study groups, and other teaching and learning activities.

Please RSVP here.

The Emerging Trends schedule, and links to recordings of past presentations can be found here. Additional useful tools are available at


Jeff Morgan
Associate Provost for Education Innovation and Technology