Audio and video quality is one of the most important parts of your course. There’s no need to overproduce your video, but you will want to make sure that your technical production does not distract students from the content of your course. If students can’t see or hear you properly they can’t learn from you!
In this article we’ll go over how to self-diagnose your course for potential audio and visual issues that might distract your students from your teaching. We’ll also go over some strategies for updating audio and video quality -- we’ve broken down that section into The Quick Win and The Full Treatment. Quick Wins are just that -- quick ways to dramatically increase the quality of the student experience in your course. For those dedicated instructors who want to go all-in and take their course to the top tier we’ll go over larger updates in The Full Treatment.