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Judi Wisniewski

Dragontape - Create Custom YouTube Mixes | Teach Amazing! - 0 views

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    Mix and edit YouTube videos in a timeline ~ online!
Meredith Smith

Splicd · Get Straight To The Point - 0 views

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    Very useful in taking a small short segment of a video to insert into a lesson. Insert the video URL and the time that you would like spliced and you will be given a link for your spliced video.
Dennis OConnor

YouTube - RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms - 2 views

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    This is an amazing illustration of Sir Kenneth Robinson's presentation on schooling in the 21st century.  It's fascinating to watch an illustrator create a visual map of Robinson's ideas as they are spoken.  The content of the presentation is enormously important to any educator struggling to change the system.  It's even more important to those who've been subdued and mislead by old ideas into thinking they can't learn or create.
Dennis OConnor

10 mindblowing augmented reality apps and videos | Econsultancy - 2 views

  • Posted 24 July 2009 16:50pm by Chris Lake with 19 comments inShare0 Augmented reality (AR) is an engaging way of combining live video with computer-generated data and visualisations. It is an area that has grabbed my attention lately, and it’s going to be a big deal.
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    This series of videos will give you a bit of future shock. As you watch them keep this question in mind: "What will reality be like in five years?" The implications for teaching and learning are immense. If you like to think about the future (and where you fit in that brave new world of e-learning realities) you'll enjoy this article.
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    By becoming online teachers and designers you launch yourself into the 21st century. Our work is quite literally thinking and communicating with technology. These video will tease your imagination. Notice that all of this tech was in development by mid 2009, when the post was written. Augmented reality just became a keyword of interest for me! ~ Dennis
Dennis OConnor

Academic Excellence in 140 Characters | Social Media in Higher Education - 1 views

  • This is a video created by one of my students to summarize the research we conducted on the effects of Twitter on student engagement and grades. The journal article summarizing the study and our findings is available here.
cc omalley

SafeShare.TV - The Safest Way To Share YouTube videos - 8 views

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    Looking for a way to show a YouTube video in your classroom? Copy the video link from YouTube into this website and it will generate a safe link you can use that has no advertisements.
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    "Not only does SafeShare.TV remove distracting and offensive elements around YouTube videos, but it also allows you to crop videos before sharing them."
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    Safeshare edits offensive content in Youtube so you can show it in school? Is this a youtube sanctioned group? Do creators of the material on youtube get a say?
John Mulvaney

Jaycut - 0 views

  • Engage your audience with the world's premier online video editor seamlessly integrated on your website
  • Upload videos, photos and music to create and share new masterpieces.
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    Create, edit, and share videos.
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    not just a video-hosting site, Jaycut allows you to edit your upleaded video and store it online
Kevin Schuchmann

Adding live Youtube video links to PowerPoints - 1 views

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    A quick reference for inserting direct links from live Youtube videos into PowerPoint presentations.
Nicole Snorek

Fliggo - YouTube without everybody else's stuff | Education IT | ZDNet.com - 0 views

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    this isn't right, but I can't get it to delete. Fliggo no longer exists...
Tania Messina

YouTube EDU - 0 views

  •   Search YouTube EDU:
  • Videos Music Shows Movies
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    videos specifically for educational use
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    Videos on YouTube categorized for their educational content. Many documentaries are available from History channel, Discover channel, etc. A great source for videos for classroom use, either face-to-face or online.
Dennis OConnor

Doug Engelbart: The Demo - 0 views

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    This is the orignal 1968 Englebart demonstration of technology innovations. A black and white video capturing the work at Stanford Research Institute and Douglas Englebart. He works to show, rather than tell what being an computer powered intellectural worker. This is the Demo Called: The mother of all Demos, credited with launching so much of what we live with today in a wired world. He's showing his audience break through ideas like typing text on a screen, copying text, making lists, quickly revising ideas, saving a file, being able to recall notes, jumping from text to text... how it starts with a blank screen. To our modern eyes, this seems so very basic. It's easy to forget that in 1968 computers were mainframe monsters available only to rich corporations, universities, and the government. Here we see the origins of the personal computer and better understand the transformation impact of ideas. After demonstrating what would become 'word processing', Englebar begins to draw on the screen and relate this drawing of his route home from the office to his shopping list. The impact of this Demo changed the world. Viewing it now reminds us of just how far we've come with the tools of thinking. The question is what do we do with the technology? This was the question asked at the Sloan-C symposium in San Francisco this month. (June 2009). Englelbart feels his life's work was dedicated to creating the potential for global problem solving. He challenged a room full of university professors who are the early adopters of e-learning to use the tools and technology we now have to solve the problems, wondering aloud why more hadn't already been done. As academics live in the silos of their disciplines, some reach out beyond the traditional barriers to share, think, research, and learn together. Others sit on committees endlessly define and describing what was, rather that what will be.
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    This is the original 1968 Englebart teleconference demonstration of technology innovations. A black and white video capturing the work at Stanford Research Institute and Douglas Englebart. He works to show, rather than tell what being an computer powered intellectual worker. This is the Demo Called: The mother of all Demos, credited with launching so much of what we live with today in a wired world. He's showing his audience break through ideas like typing text on a screen, copying text, making lists, quickly revising ideas, saving a file, being able to recall notes, jumping from text to text... how it starts with a blank screen. The name of his workspace says so much: Human Intellect Research Center at SRI... as I watch this man demo jumping from link to link on the page, I see the birth of hypertext. I'm on YouTube watching and listening as his ideas unfold and I recall his brief speech on stage (at age 84) recalling the moment when he recognized the enormous power of being able to link ideas in what would some day become known in cyberspace. For that moment, as he traced the movement of ideas in the air with his hands you could see the young man's mind and passion renewed. To our modern eyes, this work will seem a bit nerdy and very basic. His 1968 focus is on a basic process: compose, study modify. His point being that simply linear thinking is inadequate to the task when building complex systems. It's easy to forget that in 1968 computers were mainframe monsters available only to rich corporations, universities, and the government. Here we see the origins of the personal computer and better understand the transformation impact of ideas. After demonstrating what would become 'word processing', Englebar begins to draw on the screen and relate this drawing of his route home from the office to his shopping list. We cut to a feed from Menlo Park that demonstrates the Mouse. Englebart explains the technology that has changed very little sin
Dennis OConnor

YouTube - Diigo Demonstration - 0 views

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    If you are looking for more Diigo Features, or just trying to get a better idea of how this tool can be using in your e-learning work, watch this brief video!
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    A library students overview of Diigo. He provides good information that may help us better understand the underlying concepts of social bookmarking. Watch this video and you're likely to discover some features of Diigo that you've missed, and that you will find useful.
Garret Wenzel

Teacher Tube - 5 views

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    Great videos for k-12 teachers.
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    YouTube for teachers
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    Check here to avoid recreating when something good is already out there. Still checking this out to see if things already created are useable for my grade.
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    Video sharing website similar to, and based on, YouTube. It is designed to allow those in the educational industry, particularly teachers, to share educational resources such as video, audio, documents, photos, groups and blogs. The site contains a mixture of classroom teaching resources and others designed to aid teacher training.
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    Site for teachers to share educational resources such as video, audio, documents, photos, groups and blogs
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    Great teacher resource. It is free. Teacher videos, lesson plans, student videos
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    Share educational videos with your students or create your own...
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    This is a site that I have used in my classes when I am looking for an educational video. It is much like youtube but without all of the videos that are not school appropriate for students
Dennis OConnor

YouTube - khanacademy's Channel - 0 views

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    It is our mission to accelerate learning for students of all ages. With this in mind, we want to share our content with whoever may find it useful. The videos have been categorized within the playlists.
Dennis OConnor

Free Technology for Teachers: 20+ Educational Alternatives to YouTube - 1 views

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    I thought it would appropriate to share some alternatives to YouTube that teachers and students might want to explore. In some cases, I've reviewed some of these services in the past and have linked to those reviews as well as to the website itself.
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