Multimedia at Home
Whether in fully online or blended learning modes, the ability to produce engaging multimedia content is an important skill in every educator's toolbox.
The videos on this page offer tips on producing teaching and learning content effectively from home. For guidance on how to produce content in the Microstudio, please check the dedicated Microstudio page.
Resources from the recent ABP Microstudio BEL+T session are accessible here. These sessions covered the topics "Presenting to Camera", "Conducting Interviews" and "Editing".
Part 1 - Videos
Introduction to the use of video in teaching
Part 2 - Cameras
How cameras are typically used in video production
Part 3 - Screencasting
Introduction to an open-source software for screencasting
Part 4 - Animations
Animation as a communication tool within educational videos
Part 5 - Acoustics
Basic principles of acoustics and tips for recording audio at home
Part 6 - Microphones
Review of microphone types
Part 7 - Digital Whiteboards
Review of virtual whiteboard platforms for synchronous or asynchronous teaching and learning activities
Part 8 - Analogue Drawings
How to incorporate analogue drawings and sketching into videos