It is all about access
All of the great video, audio, and content in the world is useless unless students can access it. The ability to record teachers on videotape has existed for decades, what has made digital learning possible is the expansion and prevalence of the internet as a delivery system. However, we must also recognize that in spite of the broad availability of the internet it cannot be considered truly universal. We must make sure that any tools we use inside or outside the classroom does not create a barrier to learning for students. In this entry we will talk about the “where” and “how” of making video accessible to students.
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