When choosing a video to include in your course, there are several factors you’ll want to take into consideration.
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The benefits of integrating video into educational courseware have been well-documented. According to Kaltura's 6th Annual State of Video in Education report (2019), relevant and digestible video content is increasingly an expectation for students from kindergarten through college. Educators and educational organizations also recognize video content as a critical component of their current and future delivery model:
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With so many teaching models emerging - blended, hybrid, and flipped learning, to name a few- it can be difficult to pin down exactly what each one involves. This is especially true when they all aim to improve student engagement with targeted use of technology.
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With the global e-Learning market expected to grow to $275 billion by 2022, according to a report by Orbis Research, and over 5 billion videos watched on YouTube daily, the appetite for both online learning and video is huge. No surprise, then, that video is an essential element of any compelling courseware.
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Instructional designers work hard to create learning environments and experiences that help learners to acquire knowledge and skills as efficiently as possible. But first, designers need to ensure that courseware engages students from the outset if they’re to have any hope for the high levels of course participation and skills retention they aim for.
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Have you ever heard of flipped or inverted classrooms? This concept has been gaining popularity amongst teachers and students over the last few years. Now, as more learning goes online, schools are looking for courseware to support flipped learning models.
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These days, videos are everywhere. Social media, mobile apps, streaming platforms, blogs—wherever there’s a screen, videos are sure to follow. They're also becoming central to many educational tools, particularly now as more learning goes digital. As a result, online education providers may be finding themselves suddenly grappling with questions about copyright. If you’re in this boat, you might be asking yourself questions like:
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Modern technology has had a tremendous impact on our society and accelerated different service sectors in ways that were previously unimaginable. News and politics have largely moved to social networks, banking can be comfortably handled from the comfort of a couch and your car automatically updates itself to become safer and more convenient to use.
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Watch this short video hosted by Ed Kendall of Boclips to learn how you can use video in your virtual learning platforms to keep students engaged and keep teachers coming back for more.
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It’s no wonder video streaming platforms have become the most used digital tool in classrooms today.  Educational videos are one of the most straightforward and accessible ways to incorporate media technology in support of classroom instruction. They function across multiple platforms and are easily accessible for almost any level of student. They lend themselves to a wide variety of academic applications limited only by the creativity of the instructor. They can be cross-curricular, bi-modal, horizontally aligned, or state standards specific. Also, some of them have music and cute cartoon characters.