By Wilfredo Rodriguez, EdTech Coordinator
Are your students watching your videos?
The use of videos in higher education has proven to be very useful. According to the Nacional Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), In some cases, videos help students better understand the content by allowing them to revisit the videos as many time as necessary until the concept is clear to them . It is a fact that not all students learn at the same pace even if they have the same professor and are under the same learning environment, However, many students are visual learner and videos are a good fit for them.
In this microlearning course, you will learn how to improve your videos by:
- Defining the purpose of your videos
- Deciding whether to create or curate videos
- Creating Engaging Videos
You can learn how to improve your videos for less than 7 minutes per day for 4 days.
- Unit 1 Purpose of your videos
- Unit 2 Creating vs Curating content
- Unit 3 Creating Engaging Videos