Providing a Dynamic Experience with Video Learning | D2L
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Providing a dynamic experience

Video provides more variation, which can help keep students engaged and prevent boredom. Whereas text-based content is limited to variations of font, style, color, and maybe images, video can incorporate different movements, perspectives, animations, and voice-overs or sounds to keep things interesting.

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Whether you source video for your learning programs, or produce it yourself, you should first figure out if it’s actually right for you. Here are some things to consider before you incorporate video into your instructional design:

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