There has been some discussion around the fact (if I can summarize here) that video isn't stand-alone. (Like, ahem, most learning resources, I'd argue!). There has been some discussion about "pop-up" video (I can't say that without thinking of the MuchMusic sing-song voice!) - how else to you add value to the video? How do you prioritize, select resources? When do you let the presenter choose, and when might you select non-pesenter materials?
Right now I'm watching a video on Estate Planning for families who have children with special needs, considering how to create or find supplementary materials. One thing I think that might add value is a library of terms and acronyms (trusts, probate, in-tust, RDSP, TFSA...). I think some visual mapping how how joint ownership and trust accounts play out might help illuminate some of these topics as well.