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What will we do Twitter's new video sharing service VINE?

What will we do Twitter's new video sharing service VINE? | Video for Learning | Scoop.it

"Twitter has launched a new service. Called VINE it allows users to take 6 second video clips on their SMARTphones and Tablets and then share them via twitter (and facebook).  Once taken, the 6 second clips loop, which is either intensely annoying or a great spur to make creative videos which enthrall people (depending on your points of view). My first VINE attempt is above, simply my daughter spinning round in a playground"



I was going to post about Vine but Matt has beaten me to it - and done a much better job. Like any visual or digital tool you get out what you put in in terms of thought or experimenatation.


It sits at the boundary of the animated gif/cinemagraphhttp://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2011/07/cinemagraphs.html and the video clip. I think Vine has a great potential to develop creative and valuable learning resources, that analyse the unseen moment, comment, demonstrate creativity, and generate fun.  Muybridge would have loved it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Muybridge_Buffalo_galloping.gif


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Video Ecosystem for Learning

Presentation given at the Diverse Conference in Leuven. July 2012.


Historically, watching, moving images in school has been a whole class activity. Despite major developments in both the delivery platforms and video technology, much educational use of video is still predicated on whole class viewing, where the primary purpose of the video content is to illustrate or exemplify subject content.


However video is capable of much more; as I have argued in this presentation which is centred on a MindMap which provides the framework for the presentation. It visualises and connects the different elements that are at play in video for learning. This is still a developing project and with a lot more work to do, but if you wish to know more, please get in touch or comment below. I would be delighted to hear from you.

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