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COURSE TRAILER (UofC)


What is it?

A course trailer is a short video that uses multimedia to provide information about the course with the intention of engaging the learner.

Who is it for?

All instructors at the University of Calgary.

What can it do?

An effective course trailer has the potential to communicate the significance of a course, the intention behind how the content will be explored, and what students will be able to take away from their learning experience.

The Learning Technologies and Design Team at the Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary can assist instructors on the use of digital tools, software and technology to create an effective course trailer.

The Design Studio at the Taylor Institute has the resources and staff available to create the digital content.



Example Course Trailers from instructors at the University of Calgary:

Dr. Anthony Seto from the Cummings School of Medicine:




Kris Hans from the Haskayne School of Business:



Is it University approved?

These resources are provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary.





University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Course Trailers. Retrieved from
https://spark.adobe.com/page/CNDWLnyovgpmO/ (accessed 16 July 2020).
University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Design Studio. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/learning-technologies/design-studio (accessed 16 July 2020).