Sample WebM Video Lesson

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In order to learn the material covered in this course, students need to have good learning practices while working on a lesson. Scientific research into learning has shown that students who use certain "good" practices are more successful than students who don't use those practices. The following instructions are meant to encourage students to use good learning practices while working on a lesson.

  1. Download the lesson notes (if any) and the lesson supplements (if any).
  2. View the lesson videos in the order they appear on the page. Take notes as you view the videos.
  3. Download the homework problems and the homework problem solutions.
  4. Work through the homework problems referring to your notes and the lesson notes when necessary. Use the homework problem solutions only when you get completely stuck.
  5. Do not consider the lesson to be completed until you thoroughly understand it. If there is something about a lesson you do not understand, then obtain help by either visiting the course help room during Dr. Randby’s online office hours, making an appointment to meet with Dr. Randby in the course help room and meeting with him in the help room during the appointment’s time, or sending an email message to asking for help.
  6. Redo the homework problems before a quiz without referring to any other materials. It is best to do this more than once.



This video is in WebM format. A list of browsers that support this format is given on on the Playing WebM Video page. Firefox and Google Chrome both support the format.

If you wish to download the video for offline viewing, right click on the video and choose the "Save Video As…" option. Saved videos may be played offline using Firefox, another browser that supports the WebM format, or media player software such as VLC or SMPlayer.


Author: Scott P. Randby


Date: 2014-10-18 Sat 15:00

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