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Using Videos to Bring Lecture to the Online Classroom
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College Quarterly Volume 12, Number 1, ISSN 1195-4353

Abstract

Students' individual differences impact their learning experience. Reading the textbook, instructor notes, and emails may not provide all students with information in a way that meets their learning needs. Online students often say they miss traditional lectures; one option for providing these online is through video. The purpose of this paper is to share insights and lessons learned from making instructional videos for three online courses. Issues discussed are preparation, how many videos to record, video format/style, technical brief, and other tips.

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Hughes, G.D. (2009). Using Videos to Bring Lecture to the Online Classroom. College Quarterly, 12(1),. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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