Having a textbook with the lessons and the exercises is good, but it doesn’t derive much from the traditional way of delivering teaching content.
Nowadays most of the students have computers, tablets or smartphones where they already look for resources and external information to complete their knowledge and improve their homework, and they’re not only looking in the Wikipedia. Video lessons on media platforms like YouTube are quite popular as they provide a direct visual explanation to the learner.
If you had to choose between reading a lesson for an hour and watching a video lesson for 15 minutes, what would you choose?
In this session, we are going to focus on learning how to easily create multimedia lessons, and publish them and get the maximum out of our e-learning platform.
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