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Lecture Video Production

Video content is a great way to engage students in an online setting when you can’t meet face to face. The Online Learning Program Team can help you create high quality course videos that help personalize the online course experience and bring your lectures to life.

Erin Davis, MSN, CRNP delivers a filmed lecture on the principles of radiation therapy to online students.Erin Davis, MSN, CRNP delivers a filmed lecture on the principles of radiation therapy to online students.First, we’ll meet with you to discuss an overall strategy for the course.

Next, we’ll discuss whether to use our in-house resources at the School of Nursing, or resources provided by the Penn Video Network team, depending on the scope and complexity of your project.  

Never been on camera before? Don’t worry! Our expert team will guide you through the recording process. 

How should I prepare? 

Once your recordings have been scheduled, the Online Learning Program Team will be in contact with detailed instructions on how to structure your content in short sections, what to bring, and what to wear.

  • For a course introduction video, plan for two hours of recording time for each hour of video content you want to produce. 
  • For subsequent course videos or guest lecture videos, plan on two to three hours of recording time to produce every one hour of video content.

Relax, take a deep breath, and smile: the Online Learning Program Team will provide you with all the tools to create engaging, informative videos for your students. Click here for helpful tips on preparing your content and filming.

Filming Locations

The Penn Video Network recording studio is located at 3401 Walnut Street, Suite 232A. The entrance to 3401 Walnut Street Suite A is located near the Starbucks at 34th and Walnut Streets. 

Filming may also be done in Claire M. Fagin Hall, 418 Curie Boulevard, depending on content. 

Ready to get started? Contact the Online Learning Program Team at