At my learning center, we focus on pushing microlearning content through social media, particularly short videos and carousel posts (slide over mini-presentations). As an instructional designer by training, I see tremendous value in timely short-form content
that provides students quick bursts of information that (hopefully) lead to metacognitive reflection.
You can find examples of my work on my website:
under "Guides". From there you can access my Instagram posts and YouTube videos on academic skills. Feel free to repost my resources to your accounts to share them with your students.
I create my design pieces primarily in Keynote (Apple's version of PowerPoint) and my videos in Adobe Premier. If you have any questions, feel free to directly email me.
Hope this helps,
For my safety and the safety of the broader community, I am now working remotely and am not on-campus. However, I can still be reached by email, phone, and/or have the ability to conduct virtual Zoom meetings during my
regularly scheduled working hours.
Edward Coronado III
EOP Tutorial Services Specialist
Student Support & Equity Programs
T (909) 869-3227 | O 1-219B
I recorded voice-over PowerPoints of the success workshops I've offered. I do require anyone who completes the video to complete a quiz (Google form set-up as a quiz) as a way to keep track of "attendance". There is a QR code at the end of the video
that I ask them to scan to be redirected to the quiz. They need to get 80% to officially complete the workshop. If a student doesn't, then I send them 1-2 questions they missed through email and ask them to complete them again.
Let me know if anyone has any questions.
Have a great day,
Sheila M. Coressel, Ph.D.
Director of Pharmacy Student Affairs
Rudolph H. Raabe College of Pharmacy
Ohio Northern University
525 S. Main St.
Ada, OH 45810
Are you creating micro-learning opportunities that can be accessed by students asynchronously to complement your learning center services? If so, what skills/processes are you addressing, and what eLearning product are you using?
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