The need for vetted video materials to supplement lessons: Opinion


Videos can be useful and important learning materials, but there is not a clear source that educators can procure vetted videos from, writes Vera Song. Reflecting on a recent survey where one-third of students said they want more digital materials in their learning, the author argues that educators need to have a reliable source for these materials. This source would help instructors to avoid spending excessive amounts of time finding videos to supplement a lesson. The author encourages curriculum providers and publishers to recognize the importance of video materials and discusses the work of aggregators who are gathering video clips and aligning them to learning objectives. Inside Higher Ed (Acct. Req.) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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