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My advice: Don't make a bunch of vidoes. Just use what is out there:
Crash course philosophy on Youtube is quite good and no video is longer than 10 minutes.

So is wiPhi, but they don't have as great of coverage of topics.


If you have videos or resources to share with other instructors, you can add links to this google doc: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_T7Cnv9c6VHc3YWUvUaVfkApUjojlU5XyCe61A_bB4g/edit?usp=sharing
You can also post if you're going to be making a video on a specific topic to share within the next few weeks

Stephen Grimm

This is *extremely* helpful advice, Mary Beth--thank you!

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