Recording Video for Your Online Course

This recorded webinar series provides supplementary guidance to faculty working with Academic Partnerships’ (AP) instructional designers (ID) and those seeking professional development opportunities to improve their online teaching and learning skill sets. By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain best practices for recording types and locations of recordings
  • Compare and contrast video lecture recordings for quality
  • Chunk longer recordings into manageable sections for student comprehension
  • Explain the three stages of video production

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Recorded video content can be a great way to introduce you students to new concepts, provide in-depth lectures, or even just say “hello!” If you’ve never provided recorded video to your students before, the process may feel overwhelming. However, there are a few tips you can implement to make the process much more seamless. 

Read through or download the recording quick tips document below to learn more about setting the scene, lighting, camera setup, wardrobe, and performance tips!

Recording Quick Tips

Our Favorite Examples

There are so many ways to record a video for your students, but the best videos are purposeful and have your personality shine through! 

Learning "Nudges"

Torres, Fabiola. (2017, June 17). Learning Nudges. [Video]. YouTube.

Reflection Video

Pacansky-Brock, Michelle. (2018, May 16). Making Social-Emotional Connections. [Video]. YouTube.