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Session 69: Finding Videos

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"Why Video Is The Best Form of Engagement." Excerpted from Official Fiverr Blog. Web. 13 Oct. 2014.

 


10 Ways to Use Video in Education:

This video was created by TechSmith (the company that makes Jing, Camtasia, Camtasia Relay, Fuse, etc.), so of course they are promoting making your own materials by using their products.

 

The focus of today's session is using existing video content, rather than having to create your own, but these teaching and learning ideas are still good!

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION:

  • Samples/ideas that you particularly liked (or didn't like)?
  • Ways that you want to use video for your classes?

 


 

WHERE CAN I FIND GREAT VIDEO CONTENT?

(1) The Web:

 

 

As we're sure you know by now, the "magic" to using any of these videos within Canvas is to use the embed code. This handout will help you to become the master of finding the embed code on any website:

 


 

(2) Within CGCC Library resources:

  • Films on Demand
    • Videos can be hyperlinked or embedded
    • 19,441 videos
    • Approximately 180,000 segments
    • Includes transcripts
    • Includes public performance rights
    • Major contributors / production companies
    • Allows multiple simultaneous users

 

  • Filmakers Library Online
    • Videos can be hyperlinked only
    • 1,063 titles
    • Includes transcripts
    • Includes public performance rights
    • Allows multiple simultaneous users

 

Integrating Library eContent 

Pages 1-2 of this handout address the video content available through the CGCC Library. IMPORTANT NOTE: this handout shows the steps to integrate eContent so that you or your students will be able to access it even when you are not using a CGC campus networked computer. Without these instructions,  here is what you will see when you try to access the eContent from an outside network.

 

Instructors who have used the embed option within Canvas have encountered problems - in edit mode, even after pasting in the code, nothing appears, and then in published mode, some garbage code appears (but no video!).

 

Here is a solution that works with Films on Demand to embed the video:

 

 

Where do I find the Library eResources?

 

 

 


 

(3) Create Your Own!

As you know by now, it's a great big Web 2.0 world out there - don't be afraid to dabble in creating your own videos! Start small (maybe just a course intro video...?), then work your way up to serious content. Here are just a few of the video tools we've included in past workshops:

  • Screenr (Session 33)
  • Animoto (Session 50)
  • Your own video camera (FlipVideo, camcorder, or even just use your cell phone!) , and some SUPER simple editing tools (Session 43)

 

Newer tools, for the slightly more ambitious among you (they still aren't difficult, but you need to do a little more storyboarding and syncing):

 

 

Here is a sampling of tools across varying artistic and technology comfort levels that we shared in Session 55 (Digital Storytelling):

 

 

 

TOOLS

 

CONTENT LIBRARY AVAILABLE

 

 

FIND IMAGES ON THE WEB

 

CREATE YOUR OWN ART

 

 

SIMPLE/NOVICE


Storybird

Glogster (there is a free version,

or a paid EDU version)

Animoto

Photovisi

Fotoflexer

Timeline tools:

 Timetoast, Dipity, Capzles

 

Screenchomp (iPad)

 

INTERMEDIATE

VideoScribe (desktop or iPad.

Desktop version is expensive,

but iPad app is $4.99)

Windows MovieMaker

Infographics tools:

infogr.am, Piktochart

Windows MovieMaker

 

ADVANCED

 

iMovie

Camtasia

Prezi

iMovie

Camtasia

Prezi

 

 

 


 

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What does Domo eat?

Domo eats any of Mary's baked goods,

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