Save time (if you've made a good video available, you can use that as a substitute for a lecture one week), inspire students to share, benefit people across the world and increase their awareness of your work.


Step 1: 

Choose one thing in the curriculum that you are really good at teaching.

Step 2: 

Share it with the world. You could, for example, make a screencast of your best lecture and upload it to Youtube. For an example of how to make a screencast, see this inspiration nugget.


An example is Morten Nyboe Tabor who shares some of his Econometrics teaching - one semester, he had more than 50,000 views. Here is an example: 

Advanced tips

Give your shared teaching material a title that includes something people often search for, such as "postmodern architecture", so that more people find and benefit from your teaching.

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