Narrated lectures refers to creating a multimedia video of an instructor's lecture; among other things it could include a powerpoint presentation, audio of the instructor speaking, screencapture, and inking (writing on the presentation). It has become popular for online and flipped classroom models, where students are given online access to the lectures.
The following video, “Why Record Lectures?” gives insight on the benefits of providing students with narrated lectures.
Tips for creating engaging presentations:
Visit the CIRT page on how to create narrated lectures for resources on different software and online tools available.
Make an appointment with an instructional designer to talk about the pros and cons and best instructional practices for implementation of narrated lectures into your courses.
Brown, S., Hiatt, K., & Workman, T. (2006). Best Practices for Narrated Presentations. Extended Education and Outreach Distance Education Luncheon.
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