Medical Education is heavily into videos at the medical school, continuing medical education and patient education level so I thought I'd share some examples.
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Thanks for getting us started with some examples, Deirdre!
We share some previews from our videos: http://www.actcommunity.net/autism-education/act-online-videos/77-mental-health-and-individuals-with-asd.html - as you can see, it's the simple recording from a podium, but it does provide access that otherwise wouldn't be there!
When I was at the eLearning showcase at the Justice Institute a few months ago, one of the presentations was on instructional video for a cooking school. Now I LOVE this technology, but the presenter also said they'd invested something like a million dollars in creating the technology: http://rouxbe.com/cooking-school there are a few intro videos there to give you an idea.
From a posting by Colin Madland in another thread:
"one of the best uses of video that I have encountered is at www.veritasium.com, in particular the videos which address common scientific misconceptions (which is, I think, where the added value comes into play)."