Teaching with Do-It-Yourself Video
Do you want to know more about how using video can improve teaching and learning in your class and how you can get started making these videos? The CTL has created this resource to share examples of how instructors have created more active and engaging classroom experiences using video. To get you started, the CTL provides you with support, tools, and resources to produce videos on your own for your classes.
Watch a video with Caroline Marvin describing her experience redesigning a large introductory lecture course. Her video lectures were assigned as pre-class viewing to ensure that all students came to class prepared to participate in active learning activities.
- 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 CUMC for CTL support.