TED-Ed, a free tool, allows educators to use a video and add questions or additional information using the framework template of "Think," "Dig Deeper," "Discuss," and "And Finally...." platform.
You cannot upload videos via the interface but could upload to YouTube and then use.
* - Items with a college-wide license have an asterisk
Seneca does not have a licence for this tool.
Questions posed happens at the end of the video. You might want to preface the session with the questions that will be posed at the end to help students focus on the content.
You can share your lesson and then track student's progress.
The Quick guide to secure handling of confidential student information for faculty using online learning tools (.PDF) (developed by the Teaching & Learning Centre and ITS) helps faculty choose secure online tools for teaching. The guide provides guidelines and examples to help faculty consider the information students might be giving up when using a new tool. It is intended for quick use of free or low-cost online tools and not for larger, more costly tools that require more rigorous data privacy vetting.
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