Utilizing effective pre-production practices and resources to create high quality video for distance learning

Concurrent Session 7

Session Materials

Brief Abstract

This session is designed to discuss principles, give examples, and share resources to utilize effective pre-production practices in creating videos for distance learning. Best practices include:

  • Scripting & Storyboarding
  • Shot Sheet Creation
  • Scheduling
  • Location Scouting
  • On-set Paperwork

Applying these best practices facilitates efficency on shoot days and significantly decreases ineffective post-productions processes.


As an Instructional Support Specialist, Andrew works closely with faculty and other Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning staff in multiple facets of teaching @ learning. Andrew’s responsibilities are Blackboard support, assistance in instructional design, creation of multimedia content, and management of the multimedia studio. With a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting focused in TV/Film Production, Andrew has a rich background in multimedia content creation.