Creating Video Lectures
Leverage existing content
You do not have to develop all of your own online content. Consider using available (and often free) resources. Here are a few examples:
- RIT Films on Demand
- Multimedia Education Resource for Learning and Online Teacing (MERLOT)
- Khan Academy
You can also reach out to your subject specialty librarian to investigate other resources online.
Self-Created Video Design Tips
Online lecture examples created by RIT faculty
A growing number of RIT faculty are creating their own video content. Take a moment to watch some of the samples below to gain some ideas and inspiration for creating your own.
Video Title: Intro to UV mapping using special graphics software
Faculty Author: Shaun Foster
Video Title: Demonstrating three-dimensional, glass material effects with special software
Faculty Author: David Halbstein
Video Title: Reviewing mathematical principles and processes
Faculty Author: Rob Garrick