Screencast and Video
Videos are an effective tool for communicating concepts and engaging students in your course. Videos help instructors build their presence in an online course and keep course content engaging and relevant. Use the examples below as inspiration for integrating videos into your own course delivery.
Technology Used:Tellagami, Youtube
Instructor records a short video podcast, walks students through the tasks and readings of particular week. This really increase instructor presence in online and blended courses, make sure students stay on track with the course process.
Technology Used: Screencast-O-Matic, Storyboard, Youtube
Some words from Instructor:
“I think the videos helped me give some context to the topics - students said they liked having the video as well as the ppt slides. [In the Critical Literacy Lecture], the poem activity was well received and made it seem more like a f2f class with the content pieces built in around the activity. I think I would like to do that style again next time.”
Technology Used: Scratch, Screencast-O-Matic
Create bite-sited learning with short video clips, explaining particular concept that can be confusing to student with a video walkthrough.