Lecture videos are more and more implemented in higher engineering education to be used widely by students because very often literature only presents results but not how to get there. Lecture videos may close this gap and visualize the sometimes obvious but still hard-to-understand scientific background. To attract students and become a fully accepted learning material these videos need to be of a certain standard. Based upon our 8 years of experience it is important is to involve students directly into the concept and making-of (peer-to-peer approach), because students` needs and their perspectives on teaching material are directly included in the videos. To encourage lecturers in engineering this workshop provides a short guidance to look at the peer-to-peer approach and more important basic needs and requirements of the lecture film production and “just get started”. Good lecture videos may successfully be produced with low threshold.
Pfennig, A. (2023). Getting Started – Hands-On Producing Lecture Films. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/1XWQ-X307
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