One of the resources that I frequently use in instruction, and make publicly available in the hopes that it will be useful to other teachers and learners of GIS, remote sensing, geography, STEM, field methods, environmental studies, and related fields is my video channel, Geographyuberalles, or “geography is all”. I started the channel in 2008, and due to its current size, the best way to find something on it is to use the channel’s search tool to search on terms such as Esri Maps for Office, ArcGIS Online, rivers, transportation, deserts, smartphones, geocaching, weather, population, professional development, or something else. I also have provided an index of some of the most popular titles under categories such as “why geography matters”, “oceans”, and many more.
Another way to find categories of videos there is to browse the channel’s playlists. The channel’s playlists include a series on GPS-to-GIS, several courses I teach such as GIS and Public Domain Data, Creating Story Maps for education, Scale Matters, A Day in the Life of a Spatial Thinker, and A Deeper Dive into ArcGIS Online. There is even a series of geo-related song parodies that are truly awful, just for fun. Some of these videos are mirrored on the Esri Education Team’s video channel. Keep in mind that a much more comprehensive and professional set of videos exists on the Esri Video Channel. The Esri video channel includes new developments in Esri’s technologies, the complete plenary presentations at each year’s Esri User Conference, and much more.
Give some of these videos a try and let me know what has worked for your instructional goals. Also, if there are videos that you are particularly in need of that I might be able to create, I am happy to consider doing so.