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This book will provide lecturers, researchers, and technical staff in higher/tertiary education with a framework for producing video resources for teaching and learning purposes. This book content brings together the literature from the field into a constructive, developmental framework prompting user to reflect on their own ideas at each stage. The literature is used to make clear distinctions between related aspects of video production, and to offer working definitions where appropriate in order to address the academic and tertiary support technical audience. In short, this book brings together a number of practice and research based resources in order to allow the reader to ask appropriate questions at each stage of the video production process in order to enhance the learning capacity of the resulting video materials for its users.