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- Have a clear idea of your objective(s) for the screencast and state what you expect viewers to learn. Screencasts work best as short demos or how-tos that are illustrative and action oriented. Ask yourself:
- What do you want students to learn while watching your screencast?
- What can I do in a screencast that students can't get through reading or class work?
- What specifically do I need to demonstrate in a screencast to meet my objectives?
- Think about how the screencast fits into the bigger picture. What learning activities will be associated with the video? (ie. discussion, self assessment questions, in class problem or case study analysis).
- How does the screencast support the broader learning objective(s)?
Use this Plan Your Project worksheet to help you plan out your screencast.