I decided to try video my lectures this session and put them online. I have posted some to YouTube and UNSWTV (my university's own YouTube like site). I can't make all public as my uni is strict about copyright. If I use any work in my lecture that is not my own (videos, audio etc) and can't get permission from the owner, it can't be made public. But, for now, some are online for viewing.
I'm still learning how to best capture my lectures.
UNSWTV Course 1 URL
The first couple are tests. Third 'The Business of Games) is a guest speaker. Fourth is a Director Lingo Basics talk.
UNSWTV Course 2 URL
Has the guest speaker, and my 2 programming lectures.
UNSWTV - Intro to Programming: http://tv.unsw.edu.au/video/w03-intro-to-programming-dean-utian
YouTube - Intro to Programming: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_CiWFeqqWE&feature=channel_page
This was an outdoor lecture so has the additional challenge of background noise and audio capture of the students.Not sure how well it captures what went on, but thought I'd put it up anyway.
UNSWTV - Lingo Programming: http://tv.unsw.edu.au/video/w04-lingo-programming-dean-utian
YouTube - Lingo Programming: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVx6ZMlac1I&feature=channel_page
I'm uploading others. Most won't be able to go onto YouTube because I use copyright material. You can find the ones at YouTube at:
Anyway, feel free to comment or rate my videos on YouTube - of course that's only if you have good comments
Thanks and enjoy.