Question: What do the different speeds mean on the videos?
Answer: The different speeds can allow you to speed up or slow down the video playback. The default speed is 1.0x, meaning the video is being played at normal speed. 0.75x will play the video slightly slower, while 1.25x will play the video slightly faster, and 1.50x will play the video fastest.
Question: Which speed serves which need?
Answer: These speeds can serve different needs based on your purposes; for example, if you want to listen to something slower, you will select 0.75x, while if you want to listen to something faster while you are going through the video to another part of the video, then you will select one of the two faster speeds.
Question: Can you access videos outside of the courseware?
Answer: The videos in the courseware are Credo content and only available in the courseware. You can bookmark them within the course to return to them while you are enrolled in the course.