15 Things You Have to Check before Publishing Your Videos

This checklist is for publishing instructional videos for pre-class learning in the context of flipped classrooms.
The learning contents are presented in videos shorter than 10 minutes each and address a single topic.
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The video has sufficient visual and sound quality to enable the learning.
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The video is accessible on most computers and mobile devices at the time of release.
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The typeface and color in the video are used appropriately to improve readability of the contents.
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The language in the video is in correct, appropriate, inclusive, and unambiguous.
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The video contains synchronized subtitles.
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The contents inside the video are consistent and coherent.
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The video contains only relevant information and verified facts and figures.
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The video facilitates students to complete related assessment tasks.
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The video and related assessment tasks support students in achieving the intended learning outcomes.
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The video and related assessment tasks align with subsequent in-class learning activities.
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The video promotes further learning by students.
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The video serves as a visual aid to enrich learning and an alternative format (such as a transcript of the video) is available for learners with physical challenges.
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The copyright issues of all contents within the video are properly addressed.
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The sources and references of contents within the video are all clearly stated and checked.

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