Technical Recommendations for Teaching from Home: Setup & Equipment (July 17, 2020)

Technical Recommendations for Teaching from Home: Setup & Equipment (July 17, 2020)

While most instructors are experienced with public speaking, very few have experience with setting up and filming themselves for an audience. That is why filming ourselves, even for the simple purpose of recording a lecture, can be an intimidating process. To provide valuable guidance on recording and streaming lectures from home, Andrew Gray, program coordinator in the Creative Writing Program, developed the “Home Recording Support” guide. This resource includes practical advice that many of us have never needed to consider before, such as:

  • Where in the home to film
  • What kind of lighting works best
  • Audio and video setup suggestions
  • Recommendations for home recording kits

 

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CRWR’S HOME RECORDING SUPPORT (DOC) UBC STUDIO’S DIY HOME MEDIA KIT (PDF)

 

Host

Andrew Gray
Program Coordinator
Creative Writing

 


 

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