Create an e-lecture that is less than 3 minutes long. Keep the following steps in mind when creating your presentation. If you need assistance, you are welcome to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org). When you have finished, I encourage you to send me your video so that we can post it on this site for demonstration purposes.
Guidelines for creating an e-lecture
- Lectures should be ≤ 20 minutes in length.
- A lecture should not simply be voice over a slide presentation (e.g. use an electronic white pen to enhance the lecture).
- Remember to maintain your enthusiasm; this is sometimes difficult without an audience.
- Keep in mind that your e-lecture should prepare students for active engagement in the classroom and not be viewed as a comprehensive treatment of the material.
About the Author
Harry Goldberg, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Director, Office of Academic Computing
Member of the IEE Managing Board
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine