Producing Video for Teaching and Learning: Planning and Collaboration provides lecturers, researchers, professors, and technical staff in educational settings with a framework for producing video resources for teaching and learning purposes. This highly useful guide brings together the literature from the field into a constructive, developmental framework, prompting users to reflect on their own ideas at each stage of the production process.
O’Donoghue makes clear distinctions between related aspects of video production, and offers working definitions where appropriate in order to address the academic and tertiary support technical audience. Interviews with established professionals in the field illustrate the possibilities—and limitations—of video for teaching and learning. Producing Video for Teaching and Learning gives readers the power to enhance the learning capacity of their own video materials.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Video's digital coming of age
Chatper 2 An Educator's Guide to Video Production
Chapter 3 A Video Producer's Guide to Teaching and Learning
Chapter 4 A framework for Educational Video Preproduction
Chapter 5 Six of the best
Chapter 6 Student Video Production
Michael O’Donoghue is a lecturer and researcher in the School of Education at the University of Manchester, UK.
"His paradigm for pedagogy's interaction with video and his helpful sections on effective video creation give the reader a philosophical as well as a practical grounding in the use of video in academic settings. ... I see this philosophically and technically practical book being relevant and extremely useful for many years to come for educators in higher educational contexts." —Reflective Teaching
"All in all this book provides a good overview on possible approaches when it comes to production of video for teaching and learning. It is a good resource for educators new to video making as well as more experienced video producers. Frameworks and pedagogic theories from the literature are mixed well with hands-on tools and models, which enable the reader to get going immediately with his/her own video production." — Joasia van Kooten, Media and Learning News