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Exploring Instructional Use of YouTube at #ISTE12

Presentation for workshop at ISTE 2012...

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Finding the right moment (and many more YouTube tricks) « NeverEndingSearch

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YouTube is the largest video repository known to (wo)man. The global looking glass has changed the way we view and share news, culture, politics, our world. It’s changed the way we learn, both formally and informally.

 

Sometimes we don’t manage this monster of content as powerfully as we might. Though there are many others, here are an assortment of tips and tricks that may improve your YouTube experience, because . . .


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YouTube — One Hour Per Second

YouTube — One Hour Per Second | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it

Every second, one hour of video is uploaded to YouTube. That’s 24 hours every 24 seconds... or a decade every single day.


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Can We Replace Professors With Computer Screens?

Can We Replace Professors With Computer Screens? | School Libraries around the world | Scoop.it
This past February, as one of the keynote speakers invited to contribute to a lively forum sponsored by the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT), I presented a bold challenge to my fellow professors that has since been quoted many...
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Learning from YouTube > Open Access Video-Book

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Learning from YouTube, the first video—book published by the MIT Press, investigates these questions with a series of more than 200 texts and videos—"texteos." In scholarly fashion, it has ten "YouTours" composed of sequenced texteos making lengthier arguments. Unlike other books, however, video holds much of its meaning, many authors— students, YouTubers, and other scholars - share its (web) pages, it is written in a relatively informal voice, it cannot be printed and will appear only online, and content can and will be added. YouTube is its subject, form, method, problem, and solution.

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