One way to ensure good instructor presence in an online course and present your lecture is by incorporating short lecture videos or lecturettes into your online course materials. You can also use course video for flipping some of your lecture material out of the classroom so you have more time to do in-class activities. This Teaching Tip will provide some guidelines for best practices and getting started with recording lecture video.
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