HigherEd Technology 2013
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HigherEd Technology 2013
What's happening in web 2.0 & technology in higher eduction
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Maximize Your Video Channel by Taking the YouTube Creator Academy Course



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Julio Vizcarra's curator insight, May 26, 2013 12:17 AM

Al mejor estilo MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) Yotube publica cursos online.


wanderingsalsero's curator insight, May 31, 2013 10:27 PM

I WILL be taking this.  Sounds like a great idea.  I'm convinced that a lot of the stuff the 'gurus' put in their courses (the ones they charge for) is freely available somewhere.  In the case of YouTube, I know for a fact that they publish a LOT of good stuff that's totally free....e.g. the YouTube Creators Playbook (that I found over a year ago).


I am also convinced that understand just this one simple, well-known tool of YouTube is (all by itself) a highly marketable skill.  I'll bet if you walked into 10 businesses and just said, "Hi, my name is Art Williams.  I'm a YouTube consultant.  Are you doing anything with YouTube to build your business?" it would lead to several people expressing interest.


I think the key to making that kind of prospecting work would be to have several different 'products' or services available.  Some people will need to be nurtured for a bit before they finally give you some real business....kinda like going into a Denny's and ordering an iced-tea first and then deciding that you really are hungry.

Ed Hill's curator insight, January 6, 2014 5:13 PM

Video is a fast and involving way to build engaging content. Here's an online course from YouTube.

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A short course on mLearning Design (#edumooc) | rjh.goingeast.ca

A short course on mLearning Design (#edumooc) | rjh.goingeast.ca | HigherEd Technology 2013 | Scoop.it

This short course on mLearning Design can be taken on mobile devices and provides an introduction to mLearning design and best practice. I have tried it on an iPhone and iPad and the content displayed well. The course does not feature many interactive elements (apart from the opportunity to share reflections and view comments from others) and is designed to be undertaken as an individual (e.g. it does not encourage discussion / accessing social networks as specific learning tasks) but it does give quite a clear overview of how to get started with designing mLearning - and poses some reflective questions on each section. I'm including it here for anyone considering incorporating assessment within an mLearning context. Icon by http://dryicons.com.

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