At the request of Scott from EthosCE, I’m adding this post to get some feedback about using Warpwire outside the course object function it is currently linked to:
My question on October 2:
Is there any development in the works for using Warpwire outside the course object function? I’d love to be able to add Warpwire videos to books, for example, which would really fix me up for courses…where there are so many individual videos that we need to keep separate due to length and/or topic.
Our recent food allergy course has 19 videos that we’re using for an online iteration of the live course. If I put them in the course outline as Warpwire videos, the Course Navigation (shows the course outline to the end user) has 19 videos listed. That’s quite a long list, and quite a bit of scrolling. I had asked if DLC had any suggestions for breaking this up, but unfortunately my only other option is to set up a parent-child situation that we don’t want for this course. We’ve done it for other courses, but we don’t want that for this one.
As a workaround, I’d like to set up a Book course object, and set the pages up with each of the four topic areas covered in the course, with the pertinent videos embedded on each topic’s page.
This is in testing right now, but Scott wanted me to post this in the hopes that you all might have other ways you would use Warpwire for videos in your courses, outside the usual course object function. Throw your ideas out there, kids. He really does want to explore expanding the use of Warpwire, so now’s our chance!
Thanks for weighing in.