Online Learning 2.0: Using Videos for Online Teaching

We are finally entering an era of online content built specifically for the online environment. Much of this is being drive by MOOCs, which are starting to include quality video content with imagery that is designed to fit the communication principles of the Web. Happily, it is very easy to produce quality video for online courses. The tools are free to cheap, and all that is really needed is a genuine desire to communicate with students. Below are directions for creating videos for online classes.

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