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A couple of weeks ago we had a visit from the student group Digital Changemaker. They are part of the German Forum for Higher Education in the Digital Age (Hochschulforum Digitalisierung). This group is made up of 15 students from all over Germany, studying in different fields. They are working on improving digitalisation at the university level, looking at different aspects such as innovative and didactic learning formats, platform solutions, sustainability, e-participation, etc.
The students visited the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) to get to know different projects from the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). Carla Orozco Garcia from RUVIVAL showed them how we create Open Educational Resources (OERs) in form of stop motion videos. They visited her in the editing room, where she showed them our video-making process. This starts by creating a storyboard. Then, the video elements are drawn, printed and cut out. Afterwards the video is filmed at the studio and finally, it is all put together with a video editing software.
If you are interested in learning more about this process, take a look at our Making of RUVIVAL Stop Motion Videos section.
#DigitaleChangeMaker– Das #HOOU RUVIVAL-Projekt zeigt im Schnittraum, wie offene Bildungsmaterialien in Form von Legefilmen produziert, geschnitten und übersetzt werden. pic.twitter.com/z5cOkbgmzp
— HOOU (@HOOUHamburg) March 20, 2019