3. Short whiteboard videos
Short is the key. Great for 2-5 minute tutorials but too much is, well, too much!
The beauty of available Whiteboard programs is you don't have to be an artist.
The ugly is some are pricey.
My J302 students said they liked Whiteboard videos because the information was in small pieces.
VoiceThread ranked high with the summer J302 students because it was easy for them to pinpoint a specific spot in the video for review.
You can narrate slides or a video and allow students to record questions at selected points. It's fairly easy to learn.
Plus it integrates with Blackboard.
7. Google Docs
It's easy to do a "living" assignment in an asynchronous environment by using a sharable Google Doc.
As students add their work on blank slides, you can comment for the full class to see.
Also, with a sharable Google Doc and chat system, students can do in-class group work at a social distance.
Title image by Sensay - "Education and reading concept - group of colorful books on the wooden table in the classroom, blackboard background"; Other images are screenshots of presentations created by Gerri Berendzen