Video Lecture and Tutorials
I started my YouTube channel to host my digital illustration timelaspe videos. However, when the Covid-19 pandemic happened, I started to upload video lecture, tutorials and demos for my students to watch. I find that videos are an extremely effective tool for teaching and learning as the asynchronous nature of it enables viewers to watch and learn at their preferred time and pace. Because of that, I have continued to use this format for teaching even after we emerged out of the pandemic.
Here are examples of my videos where I incorporate video editing, voiceovers, live-footage, visual aids like slides and live-demos:
You may notice that the frequency of new videos dropped drastically since 3 years ago. This is because my current organization prefers another video platform that is mostly for internal consumption. Here is a screenshot of the videos that are uploaded there. I can showcase it upon request if I do proceed to the interview phase.
Articulate Rise and SCORM Packages
I also created SCORM packages using Articulate RIse to supplement the teaching materials. The following is a screenshot of some of the lessons created:
Slides and diagrams
While there has been a major shift to do lecture asynchronously so as to free up lesson time for consultation and feedback, we do still fall back on Powerpoint slides and other forms of information graphics from time to time. I find that these bite size information can be very beneficial to learners especially if they are created and released in a timely manner.