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Bill Genereux

The Story of Gerald Hersh - YouTube - 25 views

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    Amazing post !
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    nice
Steven Kelly

YouTube - An Open Letter to Educators - 9 views

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    This video is really similar to the issues we're dealing with in our research projects.
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    Yep, that's Dan Brown. I really like the reply video from Mikelah.
Chris Presnell

Dawn - 1 views

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    A video I just posted for a personal project I've been working on for about seven months. Check it out, I worked hard on it!
anonymous

Mapping education paradigms « Mediacology - 8 views

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    changing education paradigms, animated
hazenshort

youtubeflowchart_final_big.jpg (1280×828) - 1 views

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    youtube flowchart
Nate Bozarth

You need to get off facebook - 1 views

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    Very well done video. It makes a point visually and in the words presented. The message fits the media.
Nate Bozarth

Thru-you.com - 0 views

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    Interesting in lieu of Remix: Manifesto. Very much akin to inbflat.net.
Bill Genereux

News: Video Killed the Faculty Star - Inside Higher Ed - 0 views

  • selective editing is the very thing the use of video invites – and it’s something that should be a real concern for academe
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      Exactly why video literacy is so important
  • We have a genuine problem in what amounts to the public misrepresentation of what has taken place in classrooms, combined with the incredible persuasiveness of video
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  • the dialogue between professors and students should stay within the closed community of the classroom
  • The notion is that academic freedom and completely honest communication in the classroom requires a certain degree of privacy for all the people there, that they need to be able to be frank, that they need to express their emotions honestly, that the classroom is not a stage, that it’s not designed to be a public performance
  • Phone cameras, the apparent source of the Louisiana State clip, allow students to surreptitiously record just about anything, and granting hundreds or thousands of students access to a video – password protected or not – obviously invites distribution.
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