Educators today are challenged with implementing multimedia instruction online, an environment that is inherently static. Incorporating videos into online learning elevates instructor presence within the course and engages students visually and aurally. To some instructors the use of videos as a remedy to static online learning is instinctive, yet others are arrested by the challenge presented by video creation. This session will guide teacher leaders in identifying supportive networks of influence and constructing a framework for implementing video instruction within their own communities of practice.
Bishop, Natalie and Robertson, Emily, "Leading Effective and Sustainable Implementation of Video Use in Online Instruction" (2016). Center for Innovative Leadership Development Summer Seminar Presentations. Paper 3.