Designing Video for Teaching and Learning

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Video recording devices and video editing tools are currently readily available and an increasing number of University staff and students are using video for teaching and learning purposes. Educational video has a different purpose to entertainment or video recorded for family and friends, so how can colleagues who wish to utilise video for educational purposes ensure it meets its objectives and not simply entertain or fall short of the mark? The aim of this presentation is to explore a design and production process for educational video based on literature drawn from over sixty years of research coupled with the views of professionals working in this field, including historian and film-maker Michael Wood, RTS award winner Lucy Meacock, and producer and presenter Sir David Attenborough.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationhost publication
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event11th international DIVERSE conference on visual learning - Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
Duration: 28 Jun 201130 Jun 2011


Conference11th international DIVERSE conference on visual learning
CityDublin City University, Dublin, Ireland


  • video production teaching learning higher education


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