Screencast-O-Matic Screen Recorder is a screen recording tool. It comes with a free edition which allows you to capture any area of your screen, add audio narration or video from your webcam.
This article covers the benefits of using video in teaching and showcases videos previously produced by the eLearning team.
Case Study: Creating video for teaching and learning does not have to be complicated or time consuming to be effective. With a good plan and the right equipment you could produce some simple introductory videos similar to the ones produced by Dr Louise Walker, Associate Vice-Dean for Teaching and Learning within the School of Mathematics.
This video shows how to add audio or video feedback when marking an assignment in Blackboard.
This webpage details a list of resources and processes you can use to produce high quality screencast videos.
One of the main tasks with a blended learning approach is to produce blended learning material, we anticipate a large amount of this will be video content. This webpage details a list of resources that are available to help give your learning content a more professional touch.
In this video, Associate Vice Dean Steve Pettifer discusses how to create slides that work nicely with blended learning videos.
In this video, Dan Jagger from the Faculty eLearning team talks through some of the challenges you might encounter when trying to record high quality audio for your lecture material.
This video features Associate Vice-Dean Steve Pettifer and Faculty Lead for Pedagogy James Brooks discuss the different types of video format you might want to consider when moving to Blended Learning.
Visualisations such as annotated videos and animations can be used to explain complex scientific principles and help students understand abstract concepts and cement the learning. The eLearning Team can help produce high quality visualisations and animations.