This video illustrates how bias is a common and sometimes productive part of how we communicate. It also shows how bias can cause problems when it’s hidden or not detected.
This video follows the story of a teacher who discovers blended learning and incorporates it into his teaching. It teaches a basic definition of blended learning and how the Internet has impacted teaching options
By thinking through where ideas originate, we can understand what needs a citation. This video guides viewers through three types of ideas found in papers and explains how to use citations responsibly.
This video highlights the major differences between the normal websites we see in search results and the databases, services, and websites that are found in the Hidden or Deep Web.
This video explains the flipped classroom and why it is being adopted by teachers. It illustrates problems many teachers experience in the traditional format and how the flipped classroom can help solve them by considering the most effective use of both class time and homework.
Using an example of washing laundry, this video walks through the process of creating a simple flowchart and discusses why flowcharts can be useful in many other contexts.
Today, much of teaching and training is focused on meeting specific standards. Writing instructional objectives has become a useful way for instructors to ensure that their results are specific and measurable.This video tells the story of an instructor named Mariam and how she learns to use instructional objectives to plan her lessons.
Libraries and librarians have evolved, and these days what they can do may surprise you. This video explains why libraries are more important than ever.
Peer reviewed articles set the standard among credible sources of information. This video explains the concept of peer review and how it applies to research.
This video illustrates how to plan your next presentation so that your audience easily understands what you have to say. Tips include how to organize ideas, move your idea points into PowerPoint or Keynote slides, and why visuals are important in a presentation.
This video looks back at a big event in history: The Great Storm (England, 1703). It asks the question - how do we know what we know about this storm? This question is answered by explaining primary and secondary sources.
Presentation Note: This video is courtesy of BIE.org and includes a title slide at the end of the video.
Education can be more interesting and effective by focusing students on work that matters. Project Based Learning focuses on involving students in projects that teach a variety of skills. Video covers critical thinking, collaboration, and communication as major components of PBL and explains how PBL helps develop these skills in students.
The video follows a team who works together with a project manager to build a prototype. It explains why project management matters and how it can be applied to other types of projects.
Using music as an example to explain why public domain exists and what it means when a song, photo, artwork, document or any creative work is in the public domain.
Research papers are more than an assignment; they teach students how to construct an argument and influence others. The video teaches why research papers are really arguments that influence others and why arguments matter in the real world .It also explains how to structure an argument with a claim, evidence and defensible points.
This video introduces the basics of bookmarking services like Delicious.com.
This video uses a metaphor of “Twitterville” to illustrate the opportunities to use the Twitter Search feature to find people and information, read news and discover emerging information.
This video introduces the best ways to use search engines to find information on the Web. It uses real-world examples that illustrate ways to reduce useless results.
This video walks through the basics of evaluating a website to find quality information. It encourages viewers to evaluate websites in the way an editor would review an article.
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