Creating Video-Based
Tutorials
Creating Video-Based Tutorials
1.Reach students with a variety of learning
styles and information acquisition styles.

2.E...
Creating Video-Based Tutorials
3. Begin to dismantle social stereotypes.

4. Help students practice media literacy and
cri...
Simple Ways to Create Videos
1. Shooting live action using camera,
smartphone, or tablet.
- A ‘traditional’ way to produce...
Simple Ways to Create Videos
To get the most from your device:
-

Check sound: Record a little and then listen.
Can you be...
Simple Ways to Create Videos
2. Transform existing resources into video
If shooting video doesn’t interest you, you can
us...
Simple Ways to Create Videos
Click Slide Show > Record Slide Show to start
your presentation and begin recording.
Once com...
Simple Ways to Create Videos
Using PowerPoint 2010 or later on a PC
With PowerPoint for PC you can record your
voice over ...
Video Sharing Sites
YouTube.com
Anyone can set up a free YouTube channel.
Simple to upload videos and share them with anyo...
Video Sharing Sites
TeacherTube.com
Primarily used for posting instructional videos by

teachers.
Provides good examples o...
Video Sharing Sites
Vimeo.com

Have similar features as Youtube.
Allows users to organize content into albums and

channel...
Video Sharing Sites
Blip.com
An alternative to YouTube and Vimeo.
Host your videos and distribute them from Blip to
online...
Video Sharing Sites
GoogleDocs
With a Google account, video can be uploaded to
GoogleDocs and then shared out to any desig...
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  1. 1. Creating Video-Based Tutorials
  2. 2. Creating Video-Based Tutorials 1.Reach students with a variety of learning styles and information acquisition styles. 2.Engage students in problem-solving and investigative activities.
  3. 3. Creating Video-Based Tutorials 3. Begin to dismantle social stereotypes. 4. Help students practice media literacy and critical viewing skills. 5. Provide a common experience for students to discuss
  4. 4. Simple Ways to Create Videos 1. Shooting live action using camera, smartphone, or tablet. - A ‘traditional’ way to produce a video clip. - Simply set up the camera, hit record, and start explaining a concept. - Considered the easiest way to create video resources.
  5. 5. Simple Ways to Create Videos To get the most from your device: - Check sound: Record a little and then listen. Can you be heard clearly? Is there any background sound? - Think about the light. Avoid standing in front of a sunny window or in a room with low light levels. - Keep stable: Using tripods and grips to avoid wobbly videos.
  6. 6. Simple Ways to Create Videos 2. Transform existing resources into video If shooting video doesn’t interest you, you can use an existing PowerPoint presentation. - Using PowerPoint 2011 on a Mac To record a voiceover narration and convert your presentation into a video follow these directions:
  7. 7. Simple Ways to Create Videos Click Slide Show > Record Slide Show to start your presentation and begin recording. Once complete PowerPoint will prompt you to save the timings of your recordings, click Yes. Click File > Save as Movie, choose where you’d like to save your file and click Save.
  8. 8. Simple Ways to Create Videos Using PowerPoint 2010 or later on a PC With PowerPoint for PC you can record your voice over narration separately before or during presenting a slide show. When you’re ready to save your video: Click File > Save & Send, then Create a video. Select where to save your video.
  9. 9. Video Sharing Sites YouTube.com Anyone can set up a free YouTube channel. Simple to upload videos and share them with anyone. Careful with inappropriate comments by viewers.
  10. 10. Video Sharing Sites TeacherTube.com Primarily used for posting instructional videos by teachers. Provides good examples of educational videos on which student projects could be modeled.
  11. 11. Video Sharing Sites Vimeo.com Have similar features as Youtube. Allows users to organize content into albums and channels. Create custom viewing options. Vimeo also has some great tutorials on its. websitehttp://vimeo.com/videoschool
  12. 12. Video Sharing Sites Blip.com An alternative to YouTube and Vimeo. Host your videos and distribute them from Blip to online media sites including YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and Twitter.
  13. 13. Video Sharing Sites GoogleDocs With a Google account, video can be uploaded to GoogleDocs and then shared out to any designated audience either via a direct link or with an embed code. Google has great support resources available.
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