Documentation:Flexible Learning/Visual Media for Flexible Learning

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This is a beginning collection of practices, experiments and examples of the online use of visual media to support learning.

Live Demonstration

Part 1 of a 4 part series in Neuroanatomy - produced by a graduate student at MIT. Features narrated brain dissection.

Stop-Motion Animation

Video illustrating how haemophilus influenzae cells take up DNA - by UBC's Rosie Redfield

A sample from the MinutePhysics Channel on YouTube

Henry Reich - the guy behind the making of MinutePhysics video - talks about the process. He's based at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Canada.

Talking Head

Samples below illustrate what can be done to introduce a module or learning experience.

More from Coursera's channel on YouTube.

Self-Guided Learning Resource

Combination slides/video, resources, reflection activity.

DIY Animation

More 3 minute tutorials, made by students, using Go Animate.

Java Based Interactive Animations


Interactive physics and chemistry simulations from the University at Colorado in Boulder.