Instructional videos are widely used in higher education due to their effectiveness and flexibility of personalized learning features. Computing courses usually focuses on programming, user interface design, server connectivity, data storage, and architecture, among others. The design of instructional videos varies in not only the course content but also the style of content creation. We propose an integrated framework, Computing Videos Design Framework (CVDF), for designing and developing instructional videos for computing courses. CVDF combines the cognitive skills from Bloom’s taxonomy, video design principles, and course learning outcomes for designing different types of instructional videos. We apply the framework to the Web Application Development II course and share findings and insights from the student surveys. The framework described in this paper together with the examples provides one pathway for computing faculty to design and develop effective instructional videos, and additionally, we share the video URL links where examples are discussed.
Shim, Kyong Jin; Gottipati, Swapna; and Lau, Yi Meng, "Integrated Framework for Developing Instructional Videos for Foundational Computing Courses" (2021). PACIS 2021 Proceedings. 217.
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