Creating video for research methods teaching

Presenter: Sarah Lewthwaite

In this learning resource, I will focus on some of the challenges of reworking traditional class-based methods teaching material for a video presentation. To do this, I will be introducing some useful pedagogical concepts that you may want to explore before planning your video. I am not going to discuss copyright or images, or the ideal font size for your slides, that kind information is available elsewhere. Instead I want to focus on a few of the key issues that will inform your pedagogic decision-making and instructional design.

Creating video for research methods teaching

In this short video I am going to talk about some of the challenges of reworking traditional class-based methods teaching material for a video presentation. To do this, I will be introducing some useful pedagogical concepts that you may want to explore before planning your video. I am not going to discuss copyright or images, or the ideal font size for your slides, that kind information is available elsewhere. Instead I want to focus on a few of the key issues that will inform your pedagogic decision-making and instructional design.

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Creating video for research methods teaching

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These video resources were recorded on 2016-06-20 by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) at the University of Southampton.

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