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Instructional Video Design: Best Practices

Best practices and resources for librarians putting together tutorials, screencasts, and more

Welcome to the USF Instructional Video Committee Best Practices Libguide

This guide will serve as an introduction to the best practices for instructional videos at the USF Tampa Library as well as a repository for committee work.

Our Committee

The 2015-2016 video committee is:

Katherine Ahnberg, Maryellen Allen, Susan Ariew, Stephanie Jacobs (chair), Barbara Lewis, Scott Ryan, Brittany Self, and Drew Smith

Getting Started

Please fill out our form to begin the process of creating a video or requesting help:

Why Instructional Video?

  • Tools and methodologies for teaching have undergone a shift in recent years, resulting in a trend toward the "Flipped Classroom
  • Interactive learning objects can be a way for teachers to engage their students without necessarily being in front of them in a lecture hall.