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Free Online Open Courses - OEDB.org

Free Online Open Courses - OEDB.org | Distance Ed Archive | Scoop.it

"Get free online courses from the world's leading universities at the Open Education Database. This collection includes over 2850 free courses in the liberal arts and sciences. Download these audio & video courses straight to your computer or mp3 player." from source: http://oedb.org/open/

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The Open Courses listed on this page include Arts, Education, Liberal Arts, Medicine, Business, Engineering & Computers, Math, Science. In addition to Open Courses already listed, the top navigation bar other topics include Online Colleges, Online Degree Programs, and Library. Currently there are 1166 Full Courses, 423 Video lectures, 214 Audio Lectures, 453 Text Articles, and 577 Mixed Media offerings. Looks like The Open Education Data Base is worth checking out.

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Wibbitz - Convert Text to Video

Wibbitz - Convert Text to Video | Distance Ed Archive | Scoop.it

Wibbitz is a text-to-video platform that can automatically turn any text-based article, post or feed into a short video. Using Wibbitz almost any article, post or feed on the web can be instantly turned into a short video clip. Rescoop in part because of comments


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Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 6:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 6:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Dennis T OConnor's comment, November 29, 2012 1:07 PM
I've had nothing but success using this tool. I've used the RSS feeds from my scoop.it magazines to create a Wibbitz news feed that I've placed on several of my blogs. Platform: Chrome +PC