Last modified on March 12th, 2019 at 1:25 pm
- Description and Overview
Flipgrid is a video discussion platform. Faculty and students can create 15 second-5 minute videos to share and respond to videos posted by others. Rather than text discussions, flip grid allows participants show excitement, inflection and creativity. Available on tablets, computers (both MAC & PC) and idevices.
- Great for
Easy video based discussions
- Classroom Uses:
- Short video presentations
- Video demonstrations
- Community building in online courses
- Short reflections
- Ease of use
- Set Up Time
Minimal, but expect to provide some instructions to students.
- Getting Started
Head to the Flipgrid website and create an account with either your Google or Microsoft account. Create your first grid by clicking “new grid” and following the prompts. Click share to share your FlipGrid with students via link, social media, or by embedding into a website.
- Additional Notes
- Students don’t create accounts. Simply share the Flip Code and have them input the Code at flipgrid.com or on the free Flipgrid app. Students will verify via email, Student ID, or QR code to participate!
Add details for discussion, video response time (~3 minutes is best) , can do video moderation (faculty approval before it shows), can set dates for these to be open
Can be embed in most learning management systems. Canvas allows for gradebook integration.
- While tools have been evaluated for accessibility standards, it is up to you to verify that created works meet accessibility guidelines at your institution. For more information, contact your campus Disability Services department.