Difference between revisions of "How to Make Excellent Video Lectures"

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''Originally presented for [http://cat.xula.edu/ CAT+FD] on 8 Sept. 2021 by [http://barteverson.com/ Bart Everson]''
 
''Originally presented for [http://cat.xula.edu/ CAT+FD] on 8 Sept. 2021 by [http://barteverson.com/ Bart Everson]''
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With today’s technology tools, anyone can make a video lecture. This workshop will provide you with step-by-step instructions to make your video lectures ''excellent''.
  
 
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# [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1esi42G6Q9o4K64n_aXKG75X_BeoOQAaR6ig0VfdXylg/edit?usp=sharing Slide deck]
 
# [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1esi42G6Q9o4K64n_aXKG75X_BeoOQAaR6ig0VfdXylg/edit?usp=sharing Slide deck]
# Check out our [[Camtasia|Camtasia resources]]
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# See also our [[Video help]] page for general tips on working with video.
  
 
Check back soon for more ''excellent'' content.
 
Check back soon for more ''excellent'' content.

Revision as of 14:30, 10 September 2021

Originally presented for CAT+FD on 8 Sept. 2021 by Bart Everson

With today’s technology tools, anyone can make a video lecture. This workshop will provide you with step-by-step instructions to make your video lectures excellent.

Please note the above is not intended as an example of a video lecture, excellent or otherwise. It is merely a recording of a Zoom meeting.

  1. Slide deck
  2. Check out our Camtasia resources.
  3. See also our Video help page for general tips on working with video.

Check back soon for more excellent content.