Pedagogical Use of Video in D2L Brightspace

  • Instructors today use video in the classroom and online to enhance their courses. 

    There is substantial research promoting the use of video in the classroom as a dynamic resource for supporting curricula. According to a recent teacher survey, 94 percent of classroom teachers have effectively used video. The session will showcase the pedagogical value of video-based learning and tips on media planning. Resources demonstrated include, but are not limited to, itube, library databases, and TedEd.

    Can’t attend a workshop? Check out Professional Development Your Way. Choose your topic of interest and how you wish to attend. Accommodating the request is based on the availability of dates, times, and if applicable location. Please use ihelp to request your style of attending as well as your topic of interest.

    Attendance selections:

    • One-on-one workshops for Instructional Design or D2L Brightspac
    • Customized workshops for a group or department (on-site or via Zoom)
    • View all D2L Brightspace video topics at your convenience
      • The D2LBrightspace Instructor Training Videos. The training includes over 100 video tutorials on the most common aspects of D2L. You must be enrolled in this course to utilize the videos. If you have not enrolled, please use ihelp to request enrollment in the course.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us through ihelp, e-mail using it-support-center@iup.edu, or phone at 724-357-4000.