Month: March 2014


Currently, my lectures are recorded automatically and are posted online for the students to watch. I don’t really have to do a thing. The downside of this is that there is no flexibility to affect them.
Ideally I would like to see them chopped up into shorter sections, and perhaps edited down too. This is of course more work and expense, but I think the payoff is worth it as the same video lectures material can be either really boring or completely engaging, for purely technical reasons.
Addressing this in relate to courser, Debbie Morrison over at Online Learning Insights has written a great article discussing how to create engaging video lectures.