Using Online Video to Support Student Learning and Engagement

  title={Using Online Video to Support Student Learning and Engagement},
  author={Pamela D. Sherer and Timothy P. Shea},
  journal={College Teaching},
  pages={56 - 59}
Online videos are used increasingly in higher education teaching as part of the explosion of Web 2.0 tools that are now available. YouTube is one popular example of a video-sharing resource that both faculty and students can use effectively, both inside and outside of the classroom, to engage students in their learning, energize classroom discussion, and meet course learning goals. The authors, integrating current literature with their own classroom experiences, describe different types of… 
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