Six Ways to Use Video to Promote Learning and Engagement

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Whether you teach online or face-to-face, video is a great way to welcome students to your course, set the tone for the week ahead, and summarize major points at the end of the week in the form of a wrap-up. While regular weekly video presence provides an opportunity for you to connect with students outside of the classroom, the notion of producing weekly introductions, weekly wrap-ups, a course introduction video, and instructional content videos can at first seem overwhelming and time consuming. But once you understand the differences in video types and purposes, you will see that videos can be added to courses without significant extra time and effort.

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