Teaching with Do-It-Yourself Video
This guide offers examples, principles, and best practices to help instructors create active and engaging classroom experiences using video.
- Review our recommendations for creating effective instructional videos.
- Learn best practices for setting up, recording your presentation, editing and publishing your video, and other technical considerations.
- Get advice on the tools you will need to produce your own videos.
- Visit our Do-It-Yourself Video Station in Butler 204 or at CUIMC for CTL support.
Caroline Marvin, Lecturer in Discipline in the Department of Psychology, describes her experience redesigning a large introductory lecture to improve student performance by incorporating pre-recorded content.
The CTL researches and experiments.
The Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning provides an array of resources and tools for instructional activities.