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The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online

The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

The best tools and services to capture, edit, publish and distribute video online.


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This is an immense collection of potential tools for content capture.

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Daniel Morgenstern's curator insight, January 8, 1:56 PM

100 outils pour capturer, éditer, publier et distribuer les vidéos en ligne. 

Mª Jesús García S.M.'s curator insight, January 13, 1:58 AM

Awfully good list!

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A Guide for Bringing the SAMR Model to iPads (EdSurge News)

A Guide for Bringing the SAMR Model to iPads (EdSurge News) | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
When used effectively, iPads can develop thinkers and problem solvers. They can be used to transform learning inside and outside of the classroom, and offer limitless opportunities. Many educators are effectively integrating technology in the classroom using iPads to achieve the 4C’s, or “super skil

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callooh's curator insight, February 10, 11:54 AM

This article suggests that the appropriate way to consider technology and learning is through the SAMR lenses. (These lenses are readily applied to any use context that involves tech.)

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40+ iPad Apps for Reading Disabilities ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

40+ iPad Apps for Reading Disabilities ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
Whether you're the parent of a child with a reading disability or an educator that works with learning disabled students on a daily basis, you're undoubtedly always looking for new tools to help these bright young kids meet their potential and work through their disability. While there are numerous technologies out there that can help, perhaps one of the richest is the iPad, which offers dozens of applications designed to meet the needs of learning disabled kids and beginning readers alike. Here, we highlight just a few of the amazing apps out there that can help students with a reading disability improve their skills not only in reading, writing, and spelling, but also get a boost in confidence and learn to see school as a fun, engaging activity, not a struggle.

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10 of the Most Engaging Uses of Instructional Technology (with Dozens of Resources and Tools)

10 of the Most Engaging Uses of Instructional Technology (with Dozens of Resources and Tools) | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
Start the New School Year With More Fun, Engaging Techniques and Resources Than You’ll Probably be Able to use all Year! Are you looking for ways to

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Informal or “Less Formal” Learning?

Informal or “Less Formal” Learning? | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
In order to assess how people define "informal learning" in the workplace, Jane Hart did a survey for an eLearning Guild report and asked respondents for their definitions. - "The first question as...

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Technology and the College Generation

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Regarded as too slow, e-mail is barely a second thought for college students, who prefer texting. But that sets them up for trouble with their professors.

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Hamline CTL's curator insight, October 2, 2013 4:34 PM

Looks like there is even greater need for some technology skills, attitude, and etiquette training in college.

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Bucknell Digital Commons | Bucknell University Research

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What a beautiful and useful way to present research and scholarship!

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Monitor Nonverbal Communication to Know When and How to Intervene in the Online Classroom | Magna Publications

Monitor Nonverbal Communication to Know When and How to Intervene in the Online Classroom | Magna Publications | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

In the face-to-face classroom, nonverbal communication such as facial expressions, body posture, eye contact, gestures, and attendance are often used to gauge students’ engagement and understanding. Instructors can use these cues to know when to provide additional support and instruction before proceeding to the next topic. But what about in the online classroom? Are there nonverbal forms of communication that can help instructors know when students have gone off track and need help?


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A Twitter Assignment in 15 Tweets | Matt Paproth

A Twitter Assignment in 15 Tweets | Matt Paproth | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

In “Tweeting English 1101,” I discuss the semester-length Twitter project that I have given my students in a Digital Communication-themed first-year communication course. The assignment sheet, posted below, contains both the initial prompt that I give students, as well as a series of 15 tweets that scaffold the project: the three-parter (in conjunction with an explanation in class) that serves as the initial instructions, one message that I post at the start of each of the ten weeks of the project, and a final message that briefly explains the follow-up assignment. Finally, I present a series of links that I ask students to read early in the project as a basis for class discussion.


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9 Tips For Conducting A Live Online Discussion | Edudemic

9 Tips For Conducting A Live Online Discussion | Edudemic | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
As a teacher, getting students interested in and thinking critically about a particular subject is often what you’re looking for from your students. This can happen through group discussion – either with the whole group or in smaller groups. In an ideal scenario, a worthwhile group discussion will have students digging deeper, asking tough questions, …
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Best Science Apps for Kids (ages 4-21)

Best Science Apps for Kids (ages 4-21) | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
Our favorite science apps for kids tested out by my 2nd grade son :: PragmaticMom #appsforkids #scienceapps (Our favorite science apps for kids tested out by my 2nd grade son :: PragmaticMom #appsforkids #scie http://t.co/OhhpdTIcWX)...

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How to save a web page as a PDF in Safari on your iPad

How to save a web page as a PDF in Safari on your iPad | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
This article will show you how to easily convert any website into a PDF on your iPad using the bookmark tool.

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Sam Gliksman's curator insight, August 29, 2014 1:09 PM

Great little trick. You can also use a service such as Pocket or Diigo to tag and save the page for later reading.

regina.rogers's curator insight, August 30, 2014 5:54 PM

Great resource to engage students using an iPad. 

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How YouTube Increases Classroom Pass Rates Infographic

How YouTube Increases Classroom Pass Rates Infographic | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

The How YouTube Increases Classroom Pass Rates Infographic presents the benefits of Youtube in classrooms as well as ways for teachers to incorporate Youtube in their lessons and keep their students engaged. 5 Benefits of Youtube in Classrooms More engagement from students. Instead of looking... http://elearninginfographics.com/youtube-increases-classroom-pass-rates-infographic/


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Bloom's 'Digital' Taxonomy - Printable Reference Table

Bloom's 'Digital' Taxonomy - Printable Reference Table | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
This overview shows the progression of Bloom's Digital Taxonomy, how each thinking skill applies in practice, and examples of activities using digital tools.
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Print it?? I say, right click it and choose "Set as Desktop Background" for ready access!!

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Direct Learners’ Attention: 5 Tips For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry

Direct Learners’ Attention: 5 Tips For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
How eLearning Professionals Can Direct Learners’ Attention. At this article you will find 5 Tips To Direct Your Learners’ Attention.
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Study Finds Lectures Aren't Just Boring, They're Ineffective Too

Study Finds Lectures Aren't Just Boring, They're Ineffective Too | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

A new study finds that undergraduate students in classes with traditional stand-and-deliver lectures are 1.5 times more likely to fail than students in classes that use more stimulating, so-called active learning methods. 'Universities were founded in Western Europe in 1050 and lecturing has been the predominant form of teaching ever since,' says biologist Scott Freeman of the University of Washington, Seattle. But many scholars have challenged the 'sage on a stage' approach to teaching science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses, arguing that engaging students with questions or group activities is more effective. To weigh the evidence, Freeman and a group of colleagues analyzed 225 studies of undergraduate STEM teaching methods. The meta-analysis, published online today in theProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, concluded that teaching approaches that turned students into active participants rather than passive listeners reduced failure rates and boosted scores on exams by almost one-half a standard deviation. '“This is a really important article—the impression I get is that it’s almost unethical to be lecturing if you have this data,' says Eric Mazur, a physicist at Harvard University who has campaigned against stale lecturing techniques for 27 years and was not involved in the work. 'It’s good to see such a cohesive picture emerge from their meta-analysis—an abundance of proof that lecturing is outmoded, outdated, and inefficient.'" | by Aleszu Bajak 

 


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2014 Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies

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1/3 of faculty have taught an online class in the past year, and 62% of those faculty say that online learning will lead to pedagogical breakthroughs, according to a new study done by Educause.  Ed...

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Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning

Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
The evolution of the web from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and now to Web 3.0 can be used a metaphor of how education should also be evolving, as a movement based on the evolution from Education 1.0 to Educa...

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Jumping Off the Cliff of Comfortability - Classroom Tech

Jumping Off the Cliff of Comfortability - Classroom Tech | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
I receive a lot of questions from teachers that are hesitant to use technology (like I was) in their classroom. Here are my best tips on how to get started.
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26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer

26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer

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Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, August 19, 2014 7:49 PM

Great ideas here for implementation as well. This post is about encouraging student introspection and thoughtful responses. Easily adapted to higher education. 

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A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: Raising, Communicating, and Enforcing Expectations in Online Courses

A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: Raising, Communicating, and Enforcing Expectations in Online Courses | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it

From the beginning, some students submitted their assignments without reading any of my sage advice. About a third missed the deadline for the first assignment. Several assignments were missing key components, and some exhibited major formatting flaws. There was a flurry of questions in the discussion forum about the due date and format—answers to which could be found in the numerous documents I had posted. Student frustration mounted when I referred them to existing documents. Indeed, the instant gratification associated with the Internet has “trained students to expect help when they require it—on their schedule” (Creasman, 2012).

 

I provided feedback by electronically editing each assignment and returning the marked-up documents. I was discouraged when I noticed that students continued to make the same errors on subsequent assignments—proof that they had not incorporated my previous feedback. Had they even seen it? It occurred to me that I would need to find more innovative ways to communicate my expectations.

 

I have been able to raise expectations and improve the quality of work in my course by implementing the following practices.

 


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10 Recommendations for Improving Group Work

10 Recommendations for Improving Group Work | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
Many faculty now have students do some graded work in groups. The task may be, for example, preparation of a paper or report, collection and analysis of data, a presentation supported with visuals, or creation of a website. Faculty make these assignments with high expectations. They want the groups to produce quality work—better than what the students could do individually—and they want the students to learn how to work productively with others. Sometimes those expectations are realized, but most of the time there is room for improvement—sometimes lots of it. To that end, below is a set of suggestions for improving group projects. A list in the article referenced below provided a starting place for these recommendations.

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12 Roles For Google Drive In The Classroom

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12 Roles For Google Drive In The Classroom (RT @TeachThought: 12 Roles For Google Drive In The Classroom http://t.co/XZBjkaezQC #edtech #teaching http://t.co/vDAYkW5btF)...

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Cloud Storage Showdown: Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud and More Compared

Cloud Storage Showdown: Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud and More Compared | Higher Ed Instructional Technology | Scoop.it
Cloud storage bigwig Dropbox just slashed the price of its plans, offering 1TB of storage for $10 per month. And it's not alone. Over the last year, most of the major players have been cutting prices and upping sizes.

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J. Mark Schwanz's curator insight, August 31, 2014 11:18 AM

I don't know about you, but I just want more for free. 

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▶ Basic APA Formatting (Video 1 of 4) 6th edition - YouTube

This video provides an overview of basic APA format settings and shows you how to set some things as default that many students forget about. This video has ...
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