I didn't want to post the link myself because I didn't want to look like I was too heavily self-promoting -- so thanks for the rousing endorsement! Glad you found it all helpful.
You are welcome.
After 50 years of taking pictures, I recently stumbled through trying to learn video editing. Books were great when I did photography in a darkroom. And, I'm sure your books are among the best. Now that everything photo and video is on a computer, screen it makes more sense to have the photo and video processes demonstrated on ones own computer.
There are many questions posted here and elsewhere involved with not knowing what the software is supposed to do or how it's done. Random Internet searches can find some help. I stumbled from one to another about a variety of editors. One stumble led to Lynda.com and I found the course on PrE10. The course turned the light bulbs on, filled in the gaps and I began to "get it".
There seems to be no substitute for investing the time in taking a course (or reading a book) that has a beginning, middle and end. My preference is the video course with the on screen demos. Such a course fills in the inevitable gaps that stem from random learning.
My "rousing endorsement" is both for the video teaching method and you as an instructor. My purpose for the endorsement is to lead people I don't know with an interest in video to a fun, entertaining and rewarding learning experience.