Remote Editing Project

64 Videos

Asynchronous Learning

Re-Use Encouraged

The project was initiated to provide weekly edited videos from asynchronous recordings. When asked about the project, Dr. Radhi said, "the class delivery is set with a "flipped classroom" framework, and the edits were done to separate large recordings into smaller recordings for a set section/example presentation. This helps focus the content of the asynchronous videos and makes it easier for students to follow through small chunks of posted recordings." 

If you are interested in learning more about how the Remote Editing Program could support your video editing, please submit the Remote Editing Program initation form or contact us at fase.edtech@utoronto.ca.

Learning Outcomes

Students can access asynchronous portions of weekly introductory content to prepare for class with a more facilitated approach to reviewing through segmented recorded videos per featured concept. 

Project Components
MIE301: Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines Video Playlist

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