We encourage scholars to produce original, insightful, engaging and bold Knowledge Modules that demonstrate a significant “value-added” contribution to the dissemination of their field’s knowledge (materials taught for class or research results).
A screencast/video is a digital video and audio recording of what occurs on a scholar’s computer screen, and it can be used to create a simple voice-over PowerPoint slides or sophisticated, information-rich multimedia presentations. Scholars should strive to produce original, insightful, engaging and bold teaching screencast/video that demonstrate a significant “value-added” contribution to the dissemination of the field’s knowledge. Screencasts become knowledge modules upon acceptance by the Cascade Journal of Knowledge.
To be included in the submission:
- Screencast/video title.
- Screencast/video – three to eight (3-8) minutes in length.
- Abstract – a maximum of 150 words.
- Keywords- a maximum of eight (8) words or short phrases.
- Learning Outcomes – three to five learning outcomes expected from the screencast.
- References – standard (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) referencing style for discipline.
- List of five potential reviewers who are without conflict of interest.
No image, name or affiliation of the scholar can be included in a screencast/video. If the screencast/video is accepted for publication, name, affiliation and bio will be added along with a transcription of the screencast/video.
to submit screencast/video.
Suggested content framework for a screencast/video:
- Topic introduction.
- Contextualize the knowledge module topic in the body of knowledge.
- Topic definition.
- Topic explained.
- Example or scenario of the knowledge module topic.
- Topic review.
There are numerous screencast/video software options, both free and subscription-based. Suggested features when considering screencast/video software:
- Easy to use first.
- Record system audio and microphones.
- Mouse movement recording and editing.
- Built-in audio/video editor.
- Export videos to popular formats with high quality.