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Ann Baum (Johnston)

Watch Educational Videos Offline with YouTube | Open Culture - 0 views

    Find a video from Stanford, UC Berkeley, Duke, or UCLA and download the video chosen to view offline. Mp4 files that can be viewed with Quicktime. In addition, the videos are distributed under a Creative Commons license.
Keith Hamon - 8 views

    Daniel Pink describes how we must change our techniques for motivation (as in motivating students) if we are to motivate them in the 21st Century.
Ashley S. | Convert & Download YouTube videos... - 0 views

    Catchvideo - Download Online Youtube Videos Convert Online FLV Youtube Videos direct to PC, iPod, PSP, iPhone, mp3, mp4 and Mobile.
Dennis OConnor

The Screenr Blog - 5 views

    This blog supports Screenr, a desktop video system tied to your twitter account. After capturing the video (max length 5 minutes) you have the choice of tweeting the video url, posting the video to YouTube, downloading the video as an MP4, or using an embed code for webpages. Screenr is similar to Jing in many ways. However, it does not live on your computer, it's completely online or 'in the cloud' if you prefer. Also, screenr gives you functionality you'll have to pay for with Jing. This blog will show you a lot of things that Screenr will go. If you have a need for desktop video, give Screenr a try!
Jason Heiser

How to use VLC Player to convert .wmv to .mp4? « Apple Clinic, the FAQ Repository - 10 views

    VLC free player can convert videos
Emily Vickery

Zamzar - Free online file conversion - 0 views

    Great tool--especially if working between various file formats in posting podcats, movies.
Dennis OConnor

» How to Use This Free Screencasting Tool for E-Learning The Rapid eLearning Blog - 0 views

  • You may have heard the news last week that Articulate launched a new screencasting tool called Screenr.  It is a free web-based tool that lets you create screencasts without installing any software.
  • My favorite…there’s no branding on the downloaded MP4 files.  Since you can download the videos, you’re free to use them as you wish.  That means you can use it in your elearning courses without looking like one of those MLS soccer players.  Go Sounders!  And of course, Screenr is free.  Free is always good.
    Anything from Articulate is worth looking at. I suspect this will go toe to toe with Jing.
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