A Professor’s Video for her Suddenly Online Students, And…


Julia Strand, assistant professor of psychology at Carleton College, is one of many faculty whose courses were abruptly moved online because of efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.

She created an amusing video for her students in her Sensation and Perception course, who hadn’t originally signed up for an online education. Check it out:

Of course, not all of us have the time, skills, and charm to pull something like that off. As an example for the rest of us, Daniel Groll, associate professor of philosophy at Carleton, put together the following for his Medical Ethics course:

(Yes, he had permission from Professor Strand for that.)

Know of any other well-done videos in this genre? Link to them in the comments.

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Daniel Groll
Daniel Groll
1 year ago

Take note of the carved book to Julia’s right in the opening frame of the video. In addition to being an exceptional professor, Julia is an amazing artist. Here are her book carvings:

http://hokeystokes.blogspot.com/Report

Jordan MacKenzie
1 year ago

Well I wouldn’t call it a well-done video in this genre…more of a video in this genre. Here’s my introduction to Biomedical Ethics: Pandemic Edition:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRf1lu-KE6o

Credit to Daniel Hoek for the terrible camera workReport

Julia
Julia
1 year ago

I just made this for my zombie themed intro psych: https://youtu.be/_ucSYGFQOjkReport

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mm
1 year ago

She’s covered in eyes…. in eyes…. I. It’s….
eyes…. Report

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mm
1 year ago

Oh God he’s covered in eyes also…..Report

Beth
Beth
1 year ago

I’d give them both ay’s!Report

Sarah Forzley
Sarah Forzley
1 year ago

YES! Way to go, Carleton profs! Levity, sincerity, and enthusiasm in the face of big challenges. Report

Max
Max
1 year ago