Video Contribution to #WOLweek

Here is my first iMovie effort and it’s talking about my current work project and some of the challenges we face down the road. Yes, there are some flaws in the video but I had a lot of fun learning the tool and the processes.

I am definitely interested in speaking with Moodle experts about the long-term use/re-use of our learning assets and how we manage resource/assignment updates over their lifecycle. I’d also be interested in speaking with folks who have migrated from Moodle to TotaraLMS.


About Mark L. Sheppard

learning geek, lifelong learner, terminally curious, recovering blogger and Ed Tech explorer.

Posted on June 17, 2015, in commentary, Insiders, Instructional Design, personal development, reflection, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for sharing your work, Mark. Seems like your right on the money with your interventions for new hires.

    I love the intro to your clip, and the narrative laid over the visuals throughout.

    I’m not familiar with iMovie (more of a VideoStudio guy), but I assume you can work on the music and narration tracks separately. If so, I’d be inclined to dial down the volume of the former, and vice versa.

    Also, I’ve found Audacity handy to work on the audio and reimport the MP3 back in, but that can be tricky with a talking head where everything has to sync perfectly.

    • Thanks, Ryan. I realized belatedly that I hadn’t adjusted the audio properly. iMovie does some strange things with its audio files so I definitely have a lot to learn.

      I drew my inspirations from Tom with respect to the opening and closing.

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