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Video in Teaching and Learning

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The use of video in higher educational settings is accelerating rapidly in departments across all disciplines from humanities, sciences, and arts to continued professional curricula. Video can be used not only for teaching, but also for studying and learning in and outside the classroom.



Guidelines for Video in Teaching and Learning

Explore the issues involved in using video for teaching and learning.
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Producing Your Own Videos at NYU

Faculty can create short, engaging pieces of video content in the Blended Learning room.
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Publish and Share Videos

Use NYU Stream - the University's new tool - to manage, publish and share video content.
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Guidelines for Producing Video

Identify focused subjects within your lesson, and then structure your videos accordingly.
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Professional Video Production at NYU

An advantage of working with professional video services is the expertise the team will bring to the project.
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Using Existing Video

Find out about video resources in the Digital Studio and sources for locating existing videos.
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