Practical recommendations on the production of video teaching resources

Karen Dunne, Ronan T. Bree, Vivienne Duggan, Deirdre T. Campion


Instructional videos are widely used and potentially highly effective and flexible teaching tools. They are increasingly employed in practical skills training in the fields of science and healthcare. However, educators may struggle to source suitable videos demonstrating safe and suitable techniques. In addition, academic staff may lack the resources and expertise needed to produce and edit effective video in-house. This article provides an overview of the planning, shooting, editing and sharing of video footage to produce effective teaching resources. The aim is to provide guidance for academic staff who wish to develop customised teaching videos and successfully integrate them into their teaching.


Editing; filming; editing; production;technology-enhanced learning (TEL); Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

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