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A Must-Download Guide to Using Videos in Your Course

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Do you feel overwhelmed by endless resources when searching for videos to use in your course? Do you get stuck when integrating videos with your curriculum? Maybe you’ve unsure whether the videos you found appropriately align the lesson you’re teaching.

To alleviate these concerns, MindShift and Catlin Tucker teamed up to create Teachers’ Guide to Using Videos—a practical guide that shows you how to find, analyze, and incorporate quality videos to enhance learning environments.

Here’s what the guide includes:

Part 1: Reliable sites for finding instructional and supplemental videos–and links to discipline-specific videos

Part 2: Reliable sites for curating videos–and a helpful questionnaire for determining what makes a quality video

Part 3: Suggestions and tips for blending video in your curriculum–and ten great examples you don’t want to miss

Psst...keep students engaged by using and creating videos with optimal lengths.

Your Turn!

What are you go-to Web sites for finding quality videos? What tips can you offer other instructors as they search for and incorporate videos in their curriculum? Share your helpful ideas so we can learn from you!

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