In recent years university and college students have created more video and media content than ever before. This post outlines some of the key benefits of using student–created content in the classroom — something we’ve seen first–hand through working with many different institutions. We also share three ideas for classroom video projects that will foster a student’s need to create content while educating their peers in the process.
Online video is taking the world by storm, and today’s students are the biggest consumers of online video content — they’re the ‘Netflix Generation’.
We put together a short video and eBook illustrating why video is so vital to educating today's students, and offering some actionable strategies for engaging with the Netflix Generation.
We sat down with Dale Stephens — educational expert, renowned speaker and author of Hacking your education — who shared his thoughts on delivering more engaging lectures, the role technology plays in improving learning outcomes and what an ideal education system would looks like to him.
Video’s an awesome learning tool. But learning management systems like Moodle and Blackboard just aren’t geared up to handle it. Video should be easy to upload, manage, share and view - and in this video, I explore the best strategies for managing video content inside of your LMS courses.