This months ‘Learn with Lynda’ post is looking at a brand new course called ‘Teaching with Lynda.com‘.
Lynda.com is a powerful tool in the classroom. It can supplement teaching and allow students to explore concepts at their own pace.
This 1h 7m course covers the best practices for teaching with Lynda.com. Topics include maximising teaching time by integrating Lynda.com with a flipped classroom, creating a culture of learning, and even holding students accountable. Plus, you can learn how to use playlists to organise and assign training, and integrate Lynda.com into Moodle.
- Finding courses in the Lynda.com library
- Refreshing student skills
- Extending learning with a flipped classroom
- Supplementing Lynda.com training with your own videos
- Increasing digital skills
- Mapping curriculum to skills
- Creating learning playlists
- Assessing student learning
- Adding Lynda.com content to Moodle
Don’t forget to let us know what you think of the course! Was it helpful? Was there anything you would add? Any takeaways you can apply to your teaching or would like to explore further?
For more information on using Lynda.com and to access the site, visit the ILS Website, or contact Digital Training for help! If you require any further help getting started with using other forms of video for Teaching, Learning and Assessment then please contact the Technology Enhanced Learning team.
P.S. Did you know? You can integrate your lynda.com course completion certificates with your LinkedIn profile – and share the skills and knowledge you’ve acquired at lynda.com. Simply ‘Share’ your certificate of completion and select ‘Post to LinkedIn profile’!