Webinar: Effective video strategies for online courses

A woman in a yellow shirt holding a whiteboard is being recorded by a smartphone on a tripod for a video.

Explore the powerful role of video in cultivating teacher credibility and effectiveness in your asynchronous online courses. Discover tools to leverage video content to establish trust, connect with students, and create an engaging learning environment. 

Whether you’re an experienced educator or just starting your teaching journey, this recorded webinar provides practical and sustainable strategies and tips to elevate your presence through the impactful use of video.


  • Kihyung Kim, Assistant Teaching Professor, Management Department, Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri-Columbia 
  • Elmer Ragus, Instructional Designer, Missouri Online and Adjunct Instructor, Marketing/Graphic Communication, University of Central Missouri 
  • Alyssa Collier, Instructional Technologist, Missouri Online

The slides for this presentation are also available in PDF format.


Elmer Ragus

Elmer Ragus, Ed.D.

Instructional Designer II

Elmer is an instructional designer in the Program and Course Design Services. His research interests and expertise include Active Learning in Higher Education, Adult Learning Theories, Online Course Design, Online Learning Communities, and Qualitative Methodology.