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Tips for Teaching With Video

by Brett Spencer

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Showtime in the Classroom: Seven Ways Streaming Video Can Enhance Teaching

Many faculty seek to make creative use of films in their teaching, whether in traditional class screenings or through flipped classrooms. However, there are many obstacles to teaching with videos.

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Use Cases Abound, But Need to be Nurtured Through Formalized Discussions

Technology, if used effectively, can aid in bringing video-based learning to the classroom in new and innovative ways. This article offers seven specific ways that teachers can make good use of library streaming video services. Chances are, you and other instructors at your school are already incorporating video into your classrooms. How can you ensure maximum effectiveness?

Instructors often operate in siloes where best practices can be lost. There may be opportunities in your school to bring together groups of teachers who are using various types of technology—including video—for best practice discussions. These discussions can also help to ensure that intellectual property is being used appropriately and that instructors are aware of, and using, school-provided resources.