Creating Video Content for Active Learning

Tuesday, March 19 | 2:45PM–4:15PM ET | West Prefunction- Poster03
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Many of us use video in our teaching, either something interesting we find online or content that we are creating for our students. What if you could annotate these videos like we can text? What if you could add context? What if you could add a layer to help your students make the connections that you saw when you found that video? How about questions to check for understanding? What if you could tell who watched it and insert quick questions to quiz them? Now you can, and it's easy and integrated into most LMSs, Google Sites, or WordPress.

Outcomes: Identify key differences between passive and active video consumption * Identify areas in your practice where interactive video can make a difference * Understand the process for adding context and knowledge checks to video


  • Micah Dirkers

    Student, Colgate University
  • Sarah Kunze

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  • Creating Video Content for Active Learning

    Updated on 11/26/2019