Boclips’ Content team has worked away all of February to ingest new, curriculum-aligned video content for K–12 and higher education course developers.
Of all the exciting rich-media content added to the Boclips platform this month, we selected five new videos for you to check out below.
1. The Massive Chunk of Metal Hiding in the Moon
From the beginning of time to the latest breaking news in space exploration, SciShow Space videos take viewers on a journey of discovery.
In the video below, you’ll learn that there’s something big hidden beneath the largest known crater in existence, the moon's South Pole-Aitken basin.
This video and others from SciShow Space may be especially useful for
+ Grabbing K–12 students’ attention early in a lesson
+ Grounding complex scientific concepts with real-world examples
+ Introducing students to questions about space that stimulate their curiosity and foster a love of science
2. A Dreamweaver Bootstrap Basics Tutorial — Responsive Websites
Get Me Coding
New content partner
New Boclips content partner Get Me Coding helps viewers unlock the mystery of coding, understand new tech, and discover their ability to code.
In the video below, you’ll find Get Me Coding’s quick introduction on how coders use Adobe Dreamweaver and the Bootstrap Framework to build responsive, or device-friendly, webpages.
This video and others from Get Me Coding may be especially useful for
+ Beginner technology courses for students as young as K–12
+ College-level and post-traditional students
+ Confidence-building and upskilling for new coders
3. How to Use Facebook Marketplace Mobile — The COMPLETE Guide 2022
All in One Social Media
New content partner
New Boclips content partner All in One Social Media helps viewers grow their businesses with better social media and content marketing practices. All in One Social Media videos offer advice from professionals, detailed tutorials, marketing tips and hacks, and other helpful resources. They teach students how to develop online presences that demonstrate expertise, build engaged communities, and generate leads.
In the video below, you’ll see All in One Social Media’s comprehensive tutorial on Facebook Marketplace Mobile, updated for 2022.
This video and others from All in One Social Media may be especially useful for
+ High school, college, and post-traditional students
+ In-depth explainer videos
+ Courses that cover social media, marketing, and online business growth
4. Elijah Anderson — Black and White Space: The Enduring Impact of Color in Everyday Life
The Brainwaves Video Anthology
Through the Brainwaves Video Anthology videos, you will meet thinkers, dreamers, and innovators. The video series is meant to inspire viewers to dig deeper into the questions that are engaging the brightest minds in education today.
In the video below, you’ll hear from Yale professor Elijah Anderson, who won the Stockholm Prize in criminology for his ethnographic analyses of factors connected to violence in segregated areas.
This video and others from the Brainwaves Video Anthology may be especially useful for
+ Engaging high school and university-level students
+ Building context in social sciences courses
+ Introducing students to important contemporary thinkers, writers, and researchers at the top of their fields
5. Kidney Blood Supply
The Noted Anatomist
New content partner
Videos from new content partner The Noted Anatomist provide health-professions students with the big picture — and detailed medical illustrations — of human anatomy. They approach anatomy from a medical context and offer need-to-know information in short, digestible tutorials.
Also known as Dr. Morton, the Noted Anatomist teaches anatomy to medical, dental, PA, PT, and OT students offline. In the below video and others from his series, viewers will find tutorials he uses in class today.
This video and others from The Noted Anatomist may be especially useful for
+ Introducing new concepts at the start of lessons or reinforcing information at the end
+ Providing short, succinct explanations that health-professions students need to know
+ Diversifying media for college and technical-training students
To find out more about how you can use these Boclips videos and millions of others in your courseware, get in touch with us. And if you want to keep seeing new Boclips content at the end of every month, subscribe to our blog.