Video has the ability to convey material through auditory and visual channels, creating a multisensory learning environment.
Making instructional video available for a traditional face-to-face class is beneficial to students in a number of ways:
When creating video content for instruction, you will need to keep in mind a few cognitive and technical considerations.
Using materials found on the internet without permission opens the possibility of a copyright infringement lawsuit. Assume that everything is copyright protected unless otherwise stated. If in doubt, seek permission from the original author, advice from a copyright expert or look for legal use clauses from the original source.
|Demonstrate experiments or new technologies||Magnetohydrodynamic Liquid Metal 3D Printing|
|Use of specially constructed physical models||Birthing Mannequin Orientation |
|Illustrate three-dimensional space||Lascaux Caves|
|Use animated, slow-motion or speeded-up video to demonstrate changes over time||High-Definition Slinky Slow-Mo|
|Demonstrate decision making processes||Conflicts in the Workplace: Sources & Solutions|
|Change attitudes by presenting material from a different perspective||UB, NFTA Are Working To Make Public Transportation More Accessible|
|Demonstrate a method or technique||The Physics Behind a Curveball - The Magnus Effect|
|Document an artistic performance|
We have put together a list of UB resources for recording and editing instructional video.