Video Producer, Teaching and Learning in Learning Environments at the University of Melbourne, Australia
James Morris is Video Producer, Teaching and Learning in Learning Environments at the University of Melbourne.
Jamie studied film and media at Otago and Victoria Universities in New Zealand, before moving to Japan to complete his MA at Tokyo University of the Arts. He has previously worked in documentary film making, online video production, corporate communications, and as a media and cultural studies researcher, translator and tutor.
This paper examines the influence that MOOCs are having on the increasing number of partnerships developing between universities and corporations interested in enhancing employment opportunities for new graduates and professional development for existing employees Although limited research currently exists in describing the role of MOOCs in professional work settings, reports from industry and the popular […]
Are massive open online courses (MOOCs) currently making the most of video as a teaching medium? What does the difference between ‘teaching on video’ and ‘teaching through video’ look like in practice? Institutional pressure to convert face-to-face lectures for online video delivery and the automation of lecture capture systems led to a scenario whereby video […]