Dr. David Neville utilizes YouTube to educate beyond the classroom

Posted on: May 13, 2015 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Instructional Technologies, Flipped Instruction

A number of faculty members on campus are turning to videos to supplement their courses, and Dr. David Neville of the German department is no exception. With a background in education and instructional technology, Dr. Neville always had a desire to utilize video in his courses, but with the help of YouTube, the impact of …

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Dr. Matt Valle uses self-made videos, online resources to supplement student learning

Posted on: April 29, 2015 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Teaching and Learning, Flipped Instruction

Instructional videos are a popular way to deliver course content, but it can be difficult to get started. Dr. Matt Valle, a Martha and Spencer Love term professor of management, has tried his hand at video recording, and he realizes that sometimes, better video resources are already available on the Internet. For him, deciding whether to create …

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Learning On Demand: Educational videos for the Elon community

Posted on: January 20, 2015 | By: Samantha Allen | Filed under: Technology@Elon, Teaching and Learning

Learning On Demand, a new website released by the Office of the Provost and Teaching and Learning Technologies, is an archive of educational videos produced by Elon’s faculty, staff, and students.  This learning resource aggregates videos from campus events like Numen Lumen reflections, panel discussions, and popular guest speakers, as well as offers instructional videos,  tutorials, and other …

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Professors Fernandez and Husser use YouTube to explain basics of polling

Posted on: January 13, 2015 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Technology@Elon, Tech Tips
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Dataset. Regression analysis. Sampling error. If you have had experience with creating and administering surveys, you have probably heard these terms before. But could you define them off the top of your head? That is what Dr. Kenneth Fernandez and Dr. Jason Husser, professors in the political science and director and assistant director of the …

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