This is a pretty good paper based on two case studies at the University of Saskatchewan where OER and class-specific, closed-content videos were designed. The first was for a course in veterinary microbiology and the second in music research methods. In addition to the cases, the authors draw out some recommendations and practical considerations for OER video production. The most interesting part was the table of 'highest priority' open video content: at the top were labs and demos, while the least important (for OER) were course-specific information and FAQs. Which makes sense.