Video Collection

This video collection was put together as part of the 2014 virtual workshop on Designing and Using Videos in Undergraduate Geoscience Education. If you have a video you would like to add to our collection, please use the Contribute a Video form.


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Earthquake Fingerprint Scanning and Induced Seismicity
Mike Brudzinski, Miami University-Oxford
This video explains an earthquake fingerprint scanning technique and how it can be used to identify seismicity potentially induced by human activity.

Metamorphic Rock Identification
Katryn Wiese, City College of San Francisco
Identifying basic metamorphic rocks and their formation settings.

Sedimentary Rock Identification
Katryn Wiese, City College of San Francisco
Identifying basic sedimentary rocks, structures, and their formation settings.

Phylum Cnidaria (Jellyfish, Corals, & Sea Anemones) in Action
Kathryn Hoppe, Green River Community College
Videos of 2 taxa of jellyfish, 2 taxa of coral, & 1 sea anemone (that moved only with the current), plus still shots of coral tanks in natural light & UV

Jenda Johnson -- How I Create Short-Topic Videos
Jenda Johnson, IRIS Consortium
This is short how-to video meant to help geoscience professionals interested in making videos of their own.

Scott Brande -- Making a Video
Scott Brande, University of Alabama at Birmingham
This is short how-to video meant to help others start making videos of their own.

Cian Dawson -- How I Create Short Training Videos
Cian Dawson, US Geological Survey
This is short how-to video meant to help others start making videos of their own, particularly how-to videos.

David McConnell Makes a Video
David McConnell, North Carolina State University
This is a short how-to video meant to help people start making instructional videos of their own.

Katryn Wiese -- How I Make My Video Tutorials
Katryn Wiese, City College of San Francisco
This is a short how-to video meant to help people start making instructional videos of their own.

Igneous Rocks
Katryn Wiese, City College of San Francisco
How to classify and identify igneous rocks and what that tells us about the rock's formation environment and geologic history.

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