- classroom lecture with instructor on the blackboard
- talking head of instructor at desk
- digital drawing board (Khan-style)
- slide presentation
- studio without audience
- computer coding session
Two types of screen movement: static or dynamic/ Two types of narrative: explicit and implicit
Proposed taxonomy of videos based on human embodiment and instructional media from the digital to the physical. The proposed taxonomy: 1) holds the predictive attribute, 2) provides a fine-grained spectrum of typologies, and 3) is complemented with a visual representation of the existing and potential video production styles.(Chorianopoulos, 2018).
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Chorianopoulos, K., 2018. A Taxonomy of Asynchronous Instructional Video Styles. In International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL)Volume 19, Number 1
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