Educational Technology

September 27, 2020

Engaging Students Through Asynchronous Video-Based Discussions in Online Courses

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Patrick Lowenthal, et al; EDUCAUSE Review

As growing numbers of students take online and hybrid courses, higher education institutions are looking for ways to cultivate and sustain engagement with students remotely. One method is the use of asynchronous video-based discussions, which offers unique opportunities for instructors and students. Asynchronous video has been used in online courses as an instructional tool in many ways. For instance, online educators have created videos to share with students—including recorded lectures (screencasts or lecture capture), how-to videos, and feedback on assignments—for well over a decade.

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