Teaching with Videos

Video can be used for a wide range of applications such as to carve away sedimentary layers from a cross section or to demonstrate and investigate processes that occur over time, such as coastal erosion, the retreat of a glacier, the formation of a dune, and much more

These pages offer advice on how to create and edit your own videos, collections of ready-to-use video resources, strategies for assessing the impact of videos in your classroom, and more. If you are interested in contributing, please join our community of video developers!


From this website

These resources were developed by participants in the 2014 virtual workshop on Designing and Using Videos in Undergraduate Geoscience Education.

From across the SERC sites

Workshops and Events

Past Workshops

Virtual Workshop: Making Good Courses Great with Educational Technology
January 12-16, 2015
This workshop will empower you to use learning technology to make your classes – be they face-to-face, online, or in the field - even better.

Virtual Workshop: Designing and Using Videos in Undergraduate Geoscience Education
Feb.-May 2014
This virtual workshop explored designing and using video to improve student learning of geoscience topics.

Get involved

Want to share with and learn from a growing community of geoscience-education-video developers? Please join us! There are several ways to get involved, including:

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