The project was funded by an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) and involved research performed by Macquarie University. This project aims to develop a theoretical framework as well as resources to enhance leadership skills in the context of peer review of learning and teaching.
As video producer, I was brought in after the initial research phase to consult with the project researchers and discuss options for publishing the research findings in an engaging way using online video. A mock-interview approach was used that was suitable for the target audience in communicating findings without compromising the integrity of the research. I worked closely with researchers to consolidate individual stories and scenarios, develop scripts, audition and cast actors and finally capture the video scenarios (with an additional camera operator) and edit the final clips.
The video scenarios are available online, with the larger project website to be published soon. The video scenarios are currently used to present research findings to various audiences at university workshops, conferences and seminars.