Web feats 7: Videosharing

Learning with e's

Teachers are discovering that video sharing sites such as YouTube, Blip TV and Vimeo can offer a very rich platform for learning. Some of the best educational videos have been posted to YouTube, including the seminal work of the likes of Mike Wesch's The Machine is (Us)ing Us and Karl Fisch's Did You Know. Some are becoming more adventurous, either creating their own short videos to share, and vodcasting is on the rise.

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Blogcast Bloomsburg University: Video in e-Learning

Kapp Notes

Rachel Vazquez and Pete Mitchell (alum) presented on how they used video in e-learning and how they had to convert video to an e-learning format. They also discussed how they are delivering training via video iPods. They are contemplating the development of the a monthly vodcast to send to all of the employees. Captured content via Centra, sent playback to vendor to transcribe and converted it into a minute script in aCNN-type presentation for delivery via an iPod.


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How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 3


In this third of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. This third vodcast introduces three of the effects which artists and arts educators bring to processes of learning online. Well, you’ll need to watch the vodcast…and that instruction is an example of artistic redundancy right there! Learn more about the emergence, coherence, and artistic redundancy effects in the video below. Photo by W / Unsplash.

How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 4


In this final vodcast of the series, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. You can view the three earlier vodcasts – Part 1 here , Part 2 here , and Part 3 here. This learning sequence, outlined in the vodcast, involves breaking each skill into manageable steps, making close and often repeated observations of the skill in action which enables learners to visualise themselves carrying it out. Photo by Teddy Kelly / Unsplash.

How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 2


In this second of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. Learn more about the fictional-reality effect and reflection effect in the video below. Photo by Henrik Dønnestad / Unsplash. sits down with Sarah Reid, Kadenze, Inc.’s s Director of Business Development, to discuss the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. Here he introduces the fictional-reality effect and the reflection effect. You can read Part 1 here.

How and Why Pause Captivate’s Timeline?

Adobe Captivate

The first post introduced features of all timelines, the second is focused on the specific aspects of the Video Demo Timeline, the third on the aspects of the normal/responsive projects (cptx) both for master slides and normal slides. Video clips inserted as Event video are totally independent: if they are playing when pausing, they’ll continue to play. Create a dashboard with buttons to display multiple vodcasts, images, podcasts. Intro.

Guest Post: You can teach an old teacher new tricks

TechSmith Camtasia

A partial list included formative assessment, differentiation, relevance, common core, social networking, Moodle , vodcasting, relationships, Dale’s Cone of influence , cloud storage, screencast, Camtasia , Google Docs, wiki, blog, QR codes, publishable products, smart phones, interactive whiteboards, mastery learning, innovation, … The list started to get obnoxiously long and I had no idea how to accomplish all of it within our current bell and calendar schedule.

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Flipped Classroom Model: The Future-Present of Blended Learning

Leo Learning

Essentially, I took Bergman and Sam’s flipped classroom concept, re-emphasized its links to Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycl e, and included a range of learning tools beyond online video for self-paced learning. Learners reflect on their learning by blogging, reflective podcasts, vodcasts ( gomo’s video platform is perfect for this) and through tasks that encourage self-evaluation.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

Is There an App for Leadership Development?

CLO Magazine

Mobile Possibilities Mobile devices allow learning to happen in the midst of life and work through ready access to the LMS, apps, modules, podcasts, vodcasts and social media. For example, a small startup may not have the funds to send its designers to Adobe MAX, but it can easily learn how to leverage Adobe programs for mobile development by accessing free videos of sessions from the conference on Adobe TV — actually learning how to develop for mobile on a mobile device.

Learning Goes Social

CLO Magazine

For example, employees who leverage the YouTube series for informal learning might be prompted to take assessments associated with the video to demonstrate their knowledge — which in turn earns them credit in the learning system. “We’ve built in some ‘iframes’ into our Saba system, our LMS, where users can easily connect in to these YouTube videos as well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds so that it’s one-stop shopping,” he said.

Choosing Media - Push vs. Pull - Part 1 of Many

Tony Karrer

In other words, what combination of documents, web pages, emails, IM, SMS, video, audio, podcasts, vodcasts, Faxes, RSS feeds, telephone calls, direct mail, blogs, wikis, recorded presentations, etc.,

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Myths about online learning

Janet Clarey

I'm thinking here about a vodcast with group communication around its content. Or, a video in a classroom with active discussion.]. They were highly interactive with branching, audio, video, etc. the type of media in the course (especially if video, games, or virtual environments are used). Daniel Lemire wrote a recent post, some myths about online teaching, based on his experiences in higher ed.

Google-Assisted “Search� Learning…but pls don’t say “according to Google�

Janet Clarey

Google Reader is a Web feed aggregator that allows learners and instructors to collect updates content (blogs, news feeds, podcasts, vodcasts, multimedia, etc.). YouTube Remixer allows learners to make video mashups. What do you do when you’re connected and need a quick answer to a question? You probably just “google it” and then click the Wikipedia entry for whatever you’re “googling.&#