5 Video Tools for Your Online Class

One of the courses I teach is completely asynchronous, and for a long time I’ve wanted to add a video component to at least break up the monotony of otherwise text-heavy materials. I’ve been experimenting with a few things, but there are many more out there I want to try.

There’s no disputing the power video can have in boosting instructor presence and student interest in an online course. But it doesn’t have to mean creating hours of highly–produced footage. Whether you want to record yourself giving a presentation, include a video format option for student assignments or create animated presentations, the following tools are a good place to start your own initiative. All have a “free” option and a good track record within education circles.

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