[GLS101] Sharing Student Video Presentations with an Overseas University (Cloud Campus＋Moodle)
Using Cloud Campus, an application that can record materials and audio online, students created videos outside class hours as a group activity. The videos were then uploaded to Moodle and shared with the GLAA member school DePauw University in the United States.
As part of the Global Course Connection project of the Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA), this course was conducted jointly with DePauw University, a GLAA member school in the United States. Specifically, the instructor wanted the classes at both universities to work on a simulation exercise on climate change negotiations, exchanging policy papers and six videos of about five minutes in length.
|Course Instructor:||Katsuhiko MORI|
|Course Title:||GLS101 Global Governance|
As part of the Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA) Global Course Connection project, this course was conducted jointly with DePauw University, a GLAA member school in the United States. The instructor wished to design a simulation exercise on climate change negotiations to classes at both universities, which involved exchanging policy papers and six videos of about 5 minutes in length each.
• October 17, 2017: Tools and methodology to be determined and communicated to the instructor.
• Using Cloud Campus, an application for the creation of online teaching material, students created videos of their presentations outside class hours
• The instructor uploaded the links to Moodle
• The videos and papers were shared with students at DePauw University
• Cloud Campus
• Moodle (Guest Mode)