Viral Videos: Creating Videos That Your Students Will Watch.
Millennials watch 11.3 hours of online video a week! With the average YouTube video at 4 minutes long, that means they are watching about 171 videos per week. Educators need to take note of this trend, and take some tips from the "TubeGurus" on how to create engaging videos for their courses.
Our webinar on March 2, 2016 talked about a number of topics from the use of humor, to how to get started with ideas. We shared and discussed some of the best practices below, and applied them to videos for online and flipped courses. Some of the best practices included:
- Shorter is Better
- Use the 5A's of Emotion
- Tell a Story
- Call (Students) to Action
- Create a "Viral" title
As always, the best way to get started is to meet with an instructional designer, with your objectives and a few sketches on what you want to do. Below is the summary video, slides and resources.
- Summary video
- PowerPoint slides
- Frame-by-Frame Template
- Video Idea Links:
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