Monday, October 14, 2019

The Importance of Creating Reusable Videos for Online Classes

Sometimes, you have to make your assignments plain for students. Who am I kidding, I need things to be stated plainly as well. So, I am very excited to integrate YouTube into my classes. I use YouTube for explaining assignments in online classes and also for navigating the syllabus. 

Here's an example of how I make ONE video to answer MULTIPLE questions from MULTIPLE semesters. These videos save time and also help me archive the approaches that I use each semester. I am an older professor now,  right?

Here's are some examples from my Student Affairs and Higher Education course!

The question was: "How Can I Submit My Assignments from the Student Affairs in Texas Newsletter"?

Here's my answer:

The question was: "How Can I Complete the Becoming an Expert Activity?"

Here's my answer:

Student Affairs and Student Services is constantly evolving to reflect industry trends. Especially business industry trends. Check out the Student Affairs in Texas newsletter published by the Graduate Students in the Educational Leadership program at Tarleton State University.

I hope you enjoy! Please let me know if you have any questions about recording, sound, or uploading. I will be happy to help!


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Dr. Jennifer T. Edwards
Higher Education Speaker and Researcher

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