Next steps for our growing community

Participants in the Spring 2014 virtual workshop on Designing and Using Video in Undergraduate Geoscience Education identified several next steps and put together a wish-list of post-workshop goals. This list is not comprehensive - if you have an idea for a way to move the community forward, send a message to the Teach with Video email list:

Expand the existing collections

Add a video to the catalog »

Add an activity to the collection »

Develop new open-source shared video resources

These new videos should cover common, challenging topics that cross over a range of classes, such as:

  • Compositional vs. mechanical Earth layers
  • Structural three-point problems
  • Fundamental physical phenomena that could be readily recorded with cell phone cameras
  • Common misconceptions

Add to the existing web pages

Making Video

Using Video

Assessing Impacts

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Engage our community

  • Join and use the email list! Anyone may join and send messages to the Teach with Video email list:
  • Add a topic to our ongoing Discussion Board
  • Help find convenient online mediums for sharing information, such as WebEx, Facebook, Pinterest, Blogs, RSS feeds, and Google+
    • Ensure the site allows for uploads and will be accessible by all
    • Enlist some volunteers to provide oversight and help produce and add information! That's you!
  • Initiate or participate in monthly, quarterly or bi-annual conference calls to share new ideas and update resource pages
  • Host a meeting session at a national conference such as AGU or GSA