Use of Video in Education Summary


Use of Video in Education

January 11-24, 2012 | SCoPE discussion


As video gets easier to record and publish, it’s valuable to step back and ask ourselves a few questions:

  • Why use video? What purpose does it serve, and what problems does it solve in the online classroom?
  • How much video is enough? How long should clips be, and how many is too many?
  • What accompanies video? What do we add or create to increase viewer engagement?
  • When is security important? How do we balance accessibility and privacy?
  • What questions do we ask of ourselves and our colleagues when choosing what to film, how to edit it, how to frame it and how to share it?


Facilitators : Amy Severson

Moderator: Sylvia Currie


Emerging Topics

  • Accessibility
  • Annotated video
  • Audio bookmarking tools
  • Autism
  • Class recording
  • Collaborative learning
  • Distance education
  • File Compatibility issue
  • Improving communicative
  • Interview video
  • iPad video editing apps
  • language
  • Medical music video
  • Moodle
  • Online conferencing
  • Pedagogical 
  • Power point recording
  • Privacy issue
  • Public speaking skills
  • Publishing with iTunes
  • Publishing with youtube
  • Student: Fair range of skills
  • Training video
  • Video editing skill
  • Video editing software


Question Summary