Abstract—There is a clear demand for lecture videos in
modern education. Nevertheless, the desire to keep face-to-face
education remains as well. In such a case, the natural option is
to produce videos in face-to-face teaching situations rather than
in a studio environment. The challenge this kind of production
faces is how to make it to cover an entire degree program
cost-efficiently while serving the purpose intended. This article
explains the demands set for video production in the context of
face-to-face education at the scale of a degree program and how
to effectively respond to them in practice. The paper also
evaluates the effectiveness and impacts of the production model
developed in connection with the Master Studies in
Mathematical Information Technology at the Kokkola
University Consortium Chydenius. According to the results,
with the help of a recording system satisfying the requirements
of the education provider it is possible to produce lecture videos
at the scale of a degree program, cost-efficiently and in a way
that reliably provides support for study.
Index Terms—Blended learning, lecture videos, video production.
The authors are with the Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius, University of Jyväskylä, Finland (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Mikko Myllymäki, Jari Penttilä, and Ismo Hakala, "Producing Lecture Videos from Face-to-Face Teaching," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 18-24, 2014.