Video Lecturing

Lecturing is one of the most commonly used teaching strategies in a university classroom because it is an efficient way for instructors to present or summarize information, provide instructions, model disciplinary approaches, and identify patterns and problems. 

When lecturing remotely, you have two options – synchronous, real-time communication through a virtual tool (i.e., Blackboard Collaborate, Microsoft Teams, etc.), or asynchronous communication by posting resources (PowerPoints, video lectures, etc.) and providing students with viewing and follow-up instructions.

Why use videos in your online course? 

– Videos are more efficient in capturing and holding the attention of the student

– Through demonstration, it is easier to understand a complex concept

– It has a high power of immersion, being able to excite and impact people

– It creates greater engagement, contributing to the debate and assimilation of the content

– Through the use of image and sound, video classes contribute to building a closer relationship between teacher and students

– It enables the transmission of more information in less time

– Through hosting and sharing platforms, the material is easily available online and therefore accessible to all.

How to Shoot a Lecture Tutorials

A good structure is the key to a good presentation or lecture.





39 tips on how to record great video lectures.


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