CrashCourse Video Series Added to OER Collection
On May 5th, the CrashCourse educational video series was added to the open educational resources collection within the NCLOR. CrashCourse is a YouTube based educational channel that creates free, high-quality educational videos used by teachers and learners of all kinds. CrashCourse is a educational video series created by John and Hank Green. Over 660 resources were added in the courses of World Mythology, Computer Science, Sociology, Media Literacy, Statistics, Film, History, Biology, Ecology, Chemistry, Psychology, Anatomy & Physiology, Physics, Philosophy, Astronomy, and U.S. Government and Politics. This series has helped changed attitudes towards education by creating a community of learners who are looking for more than just help passing a test. Each course includes animated videos to explain course topics in an easy to understand manner.
Example: Quantum Mechanics – Part 1: Crash Course Physics #43
Accessibility Statement: All of the videos and/or learning objects in this series are closed captioned or have links to the text version of the video narration on of each activity.
The NCCCS courses that these resources may supplement are; AST111, AST151, AST152, BIO090, BIO145, BIO163, BIO165, BIO166, CHM082, CHM090, CHM092, CSC120, CSC130, FVP111, FVP112, FVP212, FVP213, FVP3100, HEA3002, HIS111, HIS112, MAT152, PHI210, PHI215, PHY110, PHY151, POL120, PSY150, SOC100, and SOC210.
To access these resources, you can do any of the following:
- Since these resources are open, you can access the series via Guest Access here: CrashCourse or log into the NCLOR and click on the More button on the left menu bar. Then click the Browse by Open Educational Resource Series link and then click the CrashCourse link.
- If you are K-14 faculty, you can add the links to the resources directly to your LMS based course. (learn how)
Posted on May 9, 2018, in New Collection Posts and tagged Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Ecology, Film, History, Media Literacy, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics, World Mythology. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.