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Monday, March 21, 2011

Improve Student Learning by Creating an Online Video Library by Bill Selak

I stumbled across some interesting tips at Bill Selak's website.

Bill writes, "There’s a problem: there are not enough hours in the day to teach. Some students need more time to review/study your material to become proficient.
There’s a solution: make an online video library. Students can download/watch videos whenever they need to. You make the video once, and hundreds of students can watch it hundreds of times."

 Here’s how to get started.
  1. Workflow
  2. Context (Chris Anderson’s TED Talk)
  3. Create: Apps for Recording
  4. Refine Video
  5. Project Frequency
  6. Examples
  7. Sharing: Hosting Options
  8. Integrate into the Classroom

Create an Online Video Library

Source: Bill Selak