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Digital Video for Teaching & Learning

A guide for faculty interested in digital video in its various forms. Examples include digital storytelling student assignments, instructional videos, lecture capture, and/or video-based research projects.

Link to "What Makes an Online Instructional Video Compelling?" - EDUCAUSE (Web Article)

Link to "Student Video Production: Assignment to Assessment" - Center for Higher Education Development, University of Cape Town (Web article and Video)

Digital Media for Faculty

UMBC Faculty Explore Digital Storytelling

Created at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Why Prepare Screencasts?

Link to "6 Tips for Successful Mobile Video Assignments" - ProfHacker (Blog article)

YouTube Video Privacy Settings

The following video oultines YouTube's privacy settings and how to configure them. For example, you can set videos you have created as part of a project or a course assignment to "unlisted" so that others will be able to view them if you provide them with the link, but they do not appear in YouTube search results or directories.


Incorporate Videos into Your Teaching (eBooks)

Digital Storytelling (eBooks)