Video for learning has gotten a bad rap lately, but thoughtful changes and a better understanding of the subtleties of online learning can help instructional video rehab its image.
Erin Crisp is the VP of Academics and Innovation for Campus. She serves at the hub of organizational spokes that include instructional design, faculty enrichment, product roadmapping, and organizational partnerships. Crisp earned her doctorate in instructional systems technology from Indiana University and loves all things teaching, learning, and technology. Before higher education, she spent a decade in K-12 classrooms, first as an English teacher and then leading educator professional development across the US. These days you can find her doing something outdoorsy, working a side-gig in competency-based education consulting, or laughing with her three nearly-adult sons.
Feedback is a powerful construct in the design of quality online learning, and quantified dimensions of learners’ feedback experiences can be leveraged to improve effectiveness, increase efficiency, and maintain appeal in online courses.