Educational videos are pre-recorded videos that can be watched by students at any time. These can include talking heads, PowerPoint presentations, demonstrations, instructional videos and recordings of lectures.
Educational videos support students to achieve learning outcomes. They can also measure measure student engagement to support teaching reflections.
Explore the applications and benefits (PDF 105 KB) of educational videos.
Educational videos are most effective when clearly aligned with a learning activity.
Learn how to design (PDF 78 KB) video supported learning activities.
You can produce and share educational videos with your students using Panopto. Panopto captures live teaching for later and review and supports a wide range of learning activities:
Learn how to enable Panopto (PDF 159 KB) for your course. This process only needs to be completed once.
Review our introduction to Panopto (PDF 140 KB) to learn more on recording, editing and sharing educational videos.
Educational video policy
We are currently developing a comprehensive policy for the production and sharing of video for teaching and learning. During this time, use this educational video guidance note (PDF 124 KB) to inform your video production for, and with, students.
Use the Video, Photography and Audio Recording Release Form (DOCX 33 KB) to obtain consent from any guest speakers.
If you would like any support or guidance, submit a ticket through MySupport or get in touch with your college Digital Learning staff.