Making Video – General Guidelines for Best Practice
UTS Guide to making videos for Introductory/Transition Weeks
The most important thing to think about with any video is accessibility. Always ensure you provide information for screen readers so that vision and audio impaired students are able to see and hear the information. This could be a text file (your script) or closed captions. See this webpage for more information on accessibility.
When using images, music or any other media sources, you must either own the copyright or use sources that are copyright free, open or have permissive licence agreements. See this library page for more information on copyright. You can also use sites such as Creative Commons to find shareable images. Continue reading