A Spanish television commercial project is one way students and instructors can use original video recordings in teaching and learning. In STEM areas, video word problems are another possibility. It’s not hard to produce a simple video that is rough around the edges. However, if you need high production values be prepared to spend many hours working with expensive hardware and software.
The Remix website provides lots of ideas for student projects and assignments that involve video recording (follow link and click “Video” at top of page).
At Notre Dame
- Loans – Video recorders, tripods, and microphones
- Software on public computers: Adobe Premiere Pro, Movie Maker (Windows), and iMovie (Mac)
- One-Button Studio – plug in a flash drive and press one button to record and save a video
- Lightboard – make instructional videos by writing on a glass “board” (see the video)
- Contact: Margaret Dobrowolska (631-6962)
- Notre Dame Studios – they can make studio time available and record video for you
- Contact: Lynn Langston (631-2424)
- Earn the video narrative badge through the Kaneb Center’s Teaching Well Using Technology program
- Remix-U tutorials on Adobe Premiere and Video Recording
- You or your students can earn a digital badge!
- Shoot Video Like a Pro (LifeHacker)
- From Shot Lists to Storyboards
- Basic Shot Types (littlefilmschool)
- Video 101: Shooting Basics (Vimeo)
[updated July 2017]