We demonstrate, based on the reported experience, that a collaboratively built online library consisting of Pixellised lessons, increases faculty willingness to engage in an eLearning project while giving students a material suitable for the way they consume online knowledge. In particular, we show, based on students’ analytics and surveys, that the key to provide resident students with the right learning content is Pixellation.
We first start by reporting the making of a two-years collaborative project of video-based Open Educational Resources. Second we give a theoretical description of the so-called Pixellation and the pedagogical challenges of splitting lessons into self-contained pieces. Third we report how online courses can be collaboratively built, avoiding the time-consuming aspects that retain faculty members from producing content. We conclude by demonstrating the suitability of Pixellised content to students’ behavior toward online learning.