We all know that YouTube provides great resources for online teachers. Videos help round out course materials and add relatable, human components to your class. But did you know that there are some great WSU-related videos available to you through the WSUTV YouTube channel? These videos bring course content to life through eye-catching animation and professional production value.
The WSUTV YouTube channel boasts twenty-two different playlists of material ranging from commencement ceremonies to Shocker athletics to library updates and information. I’ve found that a lot of the WSUTV videos help bring student support opportunities to life. Sure, it’s one thing to tell students to access the OneStop for support, but why tell when you could show?
WSUTV also provides some great videos that can help amplify your course content. For example, their YouTube channel provides some great video lectures. ENGL 101 Online courses discuss works of art contained in the Gordon Parks exhibit at the Wichita State Ulrich Museum. To help expand their course content, the WSUTV Channel provides a Gordon Parks Lecture Series that helps students learn more about African American art and Gordon Parks.
As you build your own course content, take a moment to visit the WSUTV channel. There might be some great videos available for you! If you need help embedding, mashing-up, or linking videos in your course, watch this short video produced by our team!