This past September, Kim Smith wrote a guest post about her experience making and using videos for her hybrid and face-to-face courses. She provided valuable information and tips about how students use her videos.
Whether you’re “flipping” part or all of a course, supplementing lectures, giving video feedback to students, or you just want to make some video announcements, the CTLE has several options you can take advantage of to create engaging videos.
Try a Mobile Recording Kit
If you’d like to make videos at home or on campus, consider checking out a Mobile Recording Kit. You can make videos for your students, or give them the tools during class time and let them turn in a video assignment. Mobile Recording Kits can be signed out for two weeks at a time, and you can renew if needed (as long as there isn’t someone else waiting).
Use Our Instructional Media Studio
Record and edit videos easily with professional help in the Instructional Media Studio. You can also record and edit audio, create a podcast, or even use a teleprompter. Cheryl Colan (our Instructional Media Developer) is available to help during your session or to give you a tour.
Create video from your office or home computer using Screencast-O-Matic Pro. You can record your screen, your voice, and even add a webcam inset. Finished videos can be downloaded to your computer or hosted on YouTube.