Creating Video Resources for teaching

Course Code
50054301

Course has already taken place

Provider
Unknown provider

Tutor(s):
Simon Davis

Suitability
Academic and Academic Related Staff

Date(s)
Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 09:30 to 16:30
Thursday, December 18, 2008, 09:30 to 16:30

Max Places:
16

Description
Tutor: Simon Davis - SDDU

The demand for video learning and teaching resources continues to grow
as their production continues to become more accessible to academics and
students alike. This course will examine good practice and existing uses
of video as a learning resource and give you hands on experience of
creating video resources and preparing them for distribution via the
internet.
At this hands-on session you will get the opportunity to explore:
• The uses of video in teaching, with examples and case studies from
the University of Leeds and beyond.
• Different technologies for creating video
• Planning a successful video with scripting, storyboarding, directing
and interview techniques.
• Video legalities, copyright, permissions and consent, using 3rd party
footage
• Work in groups to use consumer level hardware and software to plan,
film, edit and produce a video teaching resource ready for online
delivery
• Integration of your video content with other online teaching
resources, e.g. the VLE

Pre-requisites:
Familiarity with Windows and basic file management