Screencast Research

We are currently compiling a list of resources on screencasts and welcome any suggestions on relevant material. Please contact Dr Paul Reilly ( with these.


Readings about screencasts:

Andrews, C. J., Brown, C. B., Harrison, C. K. W., Read, D. And Roach, P. L. (2010) Lecture Capture: Early Lessons Learned and Experiences Shared, New Directions, 6, 56-60.

Davis, S., Connolly, A., & Linfield, E. (2009). Lecture capture: Making the most of face-to-face learning. Engineering Education, 4(2), 4-13.

Edirisingha, P., and Fothergill, J. (2009) Balancing e-lectures with podcasts: A case study of an undergraduate engineering module. Engineering Education: Journal of the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre, 4, 2, 14-24.

Mullamphy, D. F., Higgins, P. J., Belward, S. R., & Ward, L. M. (2010). To screencast or not to screencast. ANZIAM Journal, 51, C446-C460.

O’Malley, P. J. (2010). Combining a tablet personal computer and screencasting for chemistry teaching. New Directions, 6, 64-67.

O’Malley, P. J. (2012). Screencasting and a tablet PC – an indispensable technology combination for physical science teaching and feedback in higher and further education. In Aiming for excellence in STEM learning and teaching: Proceedings of the Higher Education Academy’s First Annual Learning and Teaching STEM Conference. York, UK: The Higher Education Academy.

Reilly, P. (in press) The right blend? The use of Blackboard to support international dissertation students, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Secker, J., Bond, S., & Grussendorf, S. (2010). Lecture capture: rich and strange, or a dark art? LSE Research Online. Retrieved from

Seery, M.K. (2010) Podcasting and screencasting for supporting lectures.

Stannard, R. (2007) Using screen capture software in student feedback. Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre Case Study. Retrieved from:

Williams, D & Davies, D.L. (2012) Multimedia resources for teaching problem solving in Chemistry, Journal of Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Winterbottom, S. (2007). Virtual lecturing: Delivering lectures using screencasting and podcasting technology. Planet, 18, 6-8.


More information on screencast research can be found at or at The Chemistry Vignettes project is a collaboration between the Chemistry Schools of the University of East Anglia and The University of Southampton which explores the use of screencasts and vignettes in Chemistry lectures.


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