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MARCH 4, 2011 [Providers] YouTube versus Vimeo — What’s the Difference?
The compressor provides more settings and also allows you to save a profile such as “Vimeo Export Settings.”. Vimeo. Vimeo is optimized for HD video (default playback setting) and gives the user numerous ways to share and distribute video. However, Vimeo, like YouTube, works best when your video is exported and optimized for the compression settings Vimeo prefers. 1) Export Type. 4) Audio.
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APRIL 9, 2010 [Providers] The future is mobile, but will it be participatory or proprietary?
If the user needs additional functions, they must rely on the vendor to provide upgrades or new equipment, in addition to maintenance. The code is open to being altered; anyone can join and use the networks; people can communicate between different types of machines and service providers. But will mobile learning be fundamentally truly participatory or actually proprietary?
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MAY 25, 2010 [Providers] Nonlinear Presentations: Alternatives to “Death By Powerpoint”?
Note that Microsoft has just completed a beta test for an add-on for PowerPoint called pptPlex that provides similar nonlinear capacity (PC only). A recent reference in the New York Times indicates the U.S. Army is close to declaring war on PowerPoint. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who heads U.S. Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.” Are there alternatives? Prezi map.
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MARCH 26, 2010 [Providers] Ten Tips to Produce More Professional Online Video Interviews
You might want to also occasionally reframe the picture to provide some variety when editing your interview. The personal interview is perhaps the most powerful tool for video storytelling both online and off. Here are some basic technical production tips for producing more effective and watchable video interviews. Use a lavalier mic. Use the best microphone you can get your hands on.
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ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS [Providers] Augmented Reality and The Coming Tsunami of Location Learning Apps
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2009
Pop ups appear directly on top of your image-filled viewfinder providing
historical video clips and a marker where the tomb of the unknown soldier lies. Mobile devic e enhancements in GPS, image capture, computing power, APIs and the wireless networks that move mobile device bits and bytes have all matured to the point where the desktop computer is in some respects now playing catch up with the mobile device. It’s here and it’s called Augmented Reality (AR). Even though AR has been around for awhile, AR app support for both Android and iPhone devices is a recent development. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS [Providers] Is Blogging Really Worth My Time? Throwing Down The Gauntlet (Part 1)
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2011
If someone invents a medium that provides
a more effective or less costly mechanism through which the forces can operate, then blogs will recede and that medium will take their place. I’ve had several recent discussions with colleagues about whether one’s blogging actually influences others in meaningful ways. And we’re not just talking about page views, comments, and pingbacks. Over the last several years of blogging, I’ve searched for articles or studies that examine blogging from a more rigorous social science perspective and have found very little. And that’s just for starters. MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS [Providers] How Long Does it Take to Create E-learning?
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2010
Chapman Alliance recently released their data-heavy survey results that provide
benchmarks for E-learning development. For those developing E-learning deliverables, this is THE question. Essentially, it’s all about project scope and assuming that your most conservative estimate is still probably too low—there’s always something else that will need to be added, modified or enhanced. However, you need to size the project using hours, so you reference past projects relative to the requirements of this new deliverable. But are there any industry standards or benchmarks you can point to? MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS [Providers] Ning… where to go when the public square charges an entrance fee?
| FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 2010
However, like many in the proprietary software camp, Ning has tried to make nice with developers by providing
more API ( application programming interface ) access—think viewing your Netflix queue on a 3rd party Web site or phone app. Ning announced today that it will soon convert existing customers to a fee-for-service subscription or cut them loose. Jason Rosenthal, CEO of Ning , announced the shift in the company’s business model while downsizing his company by more than 40%. Some suggestions follow. It depends. Pligg ([link]. Elgg ([link]. LovdbyLess ([link]. Mixxt ([link]. Web 2.0 MORE >>
ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS [Providers] Audio Slideshows – Human Interest Storytelling
| TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2010
While a layer of narrative can be added to provide
context, some of most powerful stories are those that utilize the ambient sounds and highlight the most salient moments of the event with an appropriate photo. Online teaching takes many shapes and isn’t always conventional in form. One of the more compelling online pedagogical approaches is digital storytelling that combines audiovisual elements and focuses on a human interest story. well-known medium for digital storytelling is the audio slideshow. Hoedad Audio Slideshow. The Basics. New York Times: One in eight million. MORE >>
- [Providers] Engaging the e-learner who lacks interest and incentive ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
- [Providers] Social Learning Galleries of the Future: Art Overpowers Facebook ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
- [Providers] Social Media and the Large Organization…Turn Your “Whuffie” into Serious Waffles ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010
- [Providers] iPad, The Ultimate Family Room Device? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010
- [Providers] Netflix’s rise to the top – how did they do it? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2011
- [Providers] A New Way to Connect with Plain Old Telephones ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010
- [Providers] Gardening and Web-based Multimedia – Some Basic Tips ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2010
- [Providers] Our New OSU Campus Tree Tour iPhone/iPad Application ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2011
- [Providers] Should You Tweet? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2009
- [Providers] Avatars and Clippy the Talking Paperclip ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2009
- [Providers] Participatory, on-the-go education ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 2009
- [Providers] What file sharing strategies work for e-learning developers? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
- [Providers] The art of disconnecting ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2010
- [Providers] 27 Ways To Improve Your Online Video ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2010
- [Providers] It’s Not (Only) About the Money ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010
- [Providers] Don’t stop at access to e-learning—we need experience and opportunity ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2010
- [Providers] Social Media and Brass Tacks…8 Examples from the Front Line ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2009
- [Providers] Social Networking – Library or Coffee Shop? Part I ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, JULY 27, 2009
- [Providers] Learnsourcing ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2009
- [Providers] Who feeds the information society? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2009
- [Providers] Social Networking in Times of Stress and Personal Emergencies ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, MAY 11, 2009
- [Providers] How small is too small for educational technologies to be meaningful? ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2009
- [Providers] Facebook and the Public Square ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2009
- [Providers] Baby Boomers and Instructional Design ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2009
- [Providers] Make way for virtual learning communities ELECTRONIC PAPYRUS | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2009
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