Consider using other people’s videos.
OPV’s or other people’s videos are great resources that you can fairly use to strengthen the engagement you get during online sessions.
You have to consider the editorial use guidelines. Research those yourself.
You must gain your own legal advice on this
The nuts and bolts are, if you are using videos to educate, inform or offer opinion then that is fairly using them.
If you stray from the guidelines and start using video that is not yours to promote yourself or to fill gaps in content it’ll likely catch up with you.
Remember that online, your reputation is everything.
It’s not who you say you are, it’s who Google says you are.
I’m using ‘Living Quotes’ more now.
Anything that breaks up your session.
Attention resets are critical.
Your Zoom participants will thank you.
Hope you get some ideas from this.
Video used for educational purpose
GoPro: Fireman Saves Kitten
Music: Dexter Britain "Perfect Moment" http://dexterbritain.bandcamp.com/
Original video here: http://goo.gl/Eyv8Y
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