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Creating Effective Educational Videos

Instructor-produced educational videos can be an important component of instruction and content delivery. When made well, they enhance student learning and engagement and provide excellent opportunities for teaching and exploration.

Videos can be used for many different purposes, such as:

  • Quick introduction for a course or unit
  • Screencast or narrated PowerPoint
  • Teaching when absent
  • Makeup lecture for bad weather
  • Demonstration or tutorial
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Creating effective videos involves choosing the right TYPE of video and knowing the best METHODS.

Our office is equipped to help you effectively incorporate video into your courses. To help you get started, visit these resources on our website.

Click here to visit our page on the different types of educational videos we can help you produce.

Click here to visit our page on best practices for creating effective educational videos.

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