Video Resources

Pedagogical Uses of Video
  • to record an intro for your online course
  • to provide language input or formative feedback to your students
  • to create a (mini) lecture / technical tutorials
  • to focus students’ attention on particular portions of existing video resources
  • to add subtitling to existing videos
Issues with Video
  • hosting
  • video quality
  • viewability
  • accessibility
Ways of Getting Video
  • Finding
  • Organizing
  • Making
  1. pre-production (storyboarding)
  2. production (recording)
  3. post-production (adding subtitles, editing)
  4. publishing/archiving (upload/distribute/syndicate)

Finding Video Content

Sinclair Library Guide [main UH resource for video and film collections]

Free Educational Content Sites

Making Video

CLT equipment: FlipCam (borrow from Dan)
QuickTime (local application, can use when you are offline): shoot a video with your webcam and upload
Vimeo, alternative to YouTube (can password-protect)
Create a screencast using QuickTime (Windows & Mac)
Screencast-O-Matic (web-based screen recording tool) (web-based video recording via webcam)
Amara for adding subtitles to videos and VideoNotes for making notes on a video

Making Video Interactive

TubeChop (select a portion of a video and make a link)
TedEd (create lessons) (annotate video)
Berkeley Language Ctr Foreign Lang Film Clips (create lessons; requires membership, and created clips persist only 2 weeks)
ParWinr (video gamification)

CLT Resources