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Udacity, Amara Partner To Provide Free College Courses In Almost Any Language - Forbes

Udacity, Amara Partner To Provide Free College Courses In Almost Any Language - Forbes | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

Udacity, one of the world's leading online education portals, yesterday announced a partnership with translation platform Amara  to caption and translate more than 5,000 educational videos using student volunteers.


This epic undertaking is significant for a several reasons, it offers a democratisation of video content by making it globally accessible and relevant, and it offers real world experience to students.  Teachers might wish to consider this type of task for their own students,  it is much more meaningful than making endless ppts, and helps develop real media skills within a digital literacy context.


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Science Video Competition - The 60 Second Science Challenge

Science Video Competition - The 60 Second Science Challenge | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

"International Science Video Competition "

Some great examples of students work from 2010 and 20111.

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Ideas for online video - SecEd

Ideas for online video - SecEd | Video for Learning | Scoop.it
James Cross explores some practical classroom techniques and ideas for how schools and teachers might bring online video learning to life in their classrooms.


This article in SecEd  provides a good introduction for teachers who may be considering using online video in their teaching, but are not sure where to start. James outlines some useful approaches, strategies and clearly explains the benefits of online video.

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Five Reasons Why YouTube Rocks the Classroom | MindShift

Five Reasons Why YouTube Rocks the Classroom | MindShift | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

"Last month, 16 teachers from across the country got together at Google’s Seattle office for the YouTube Teachers Studio — a sort of bootcamp to learn how to best use YouTube in the classroom."

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