Video assignments are a great way to teach composition and critical framing. Assignments might include research projects, storytelling, interviews, or other types of presentations. Many easy-to-use tools let students create their own videos and submit them to you based on your course needs.
Ideas for Video Assignments
Review the Social Media Guidelines and Photo/AV Release Waivers for students and faculty on the Guidelines, Templates, and Policies Page prior to having students create video assignments.
Use Panopto to record and share lectures, videos and/or audio recordings with your students, create video submission or video quiz assignments for your students, or stream live events. Recordings can automatically post to your Canvas course or be embedded directly onto a Canvas page. Panopto videos are stored in the cloud and both faculty and students can make and store recordings.
Taking a Panopto Quiz Assignment in Canvas (Students)
Uploading a Panopto Video Assignment (Student instructions).
An iOS app for making and sharing “expressive videos” with text, effects, graphics, and more. Apple Clips: Making and Sharing Videos