This is an article from the Journal of Online Learning and Teaching that talks about using videos to teach a class.
Type of Material:
Online research article.
Those interested in whether or not pedagogy is enhanced by the use of self-made videos will do well to study this well documented article.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The article covers the best practices on using videos as learning tools in a class. The reader will have a better idea of what works and what does not work when making videos for students.
Target Student Population:
teachers and professors.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
The article is well written, easy to understand, and has a lot of references.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The article is aimed at explaining the readers what works and does not work when using/making videos for students. For example, shorter videos are better than long videos. This can help many professors that are having a hard time making students watch their videos.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
THe article appears immediately, with links to the reference articles, a particular strength derived from the JOLT efforts.
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