In the following video, you will be able to learn how to create a video-lecture that is a PowerPoint presentation with embedded surgical videos, animations, and post it to YouTube. You will also learn how to add a menu to your video.
Many times you upload videos to YouTube to which you link to. If you use the link YouTube gives you your video runs inside a YouTube page, with other videos around it and at the end more links to videos are shown. Even if you use the “embed” code, at the end you are offered more videos.
See below how you can modify your link so your video runs full page with no videos around or at the end.
Chunking is a concept that when grasped and applied facilitates learning. The following video covers the definition, importance, and examples of chunking and its role in teaching and learning. The video is best seen on a computer because its interactive menu is not shown on phones.
On a next post, we will explain how to add menus to YouTube videos.
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