The materials and resources here were used for my SCASL Session titled
"YouTube, My Tube, Their Tube – Channeling Video for Learning"


The idea for this presentation grew from helping busy teachers with solutions. These links shared were ways I've helped a number of teachers in the recent past, and I compiled them to make this presentation.





Featured in the Powerpoint:

Johnson, Doug, "In Praise of Late Adopters." Weblog entry. Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. January 11, 2011. Date accessed May 15, 2011.
http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/blue-skunk-blog/2011/1/4/in-praise-of-late-adopters.html.

Johnson, Doug. "My Biases." Weblog entry. Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. August, 2010. Date accessed May 15, 2011.
http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/my-biases/




"Social Media Revolution 2011." Montage. June 8, 2011. YouTube. Accessed June 9, 2011.
http://youtu.be/3SuNx0UrnEo

Using Online Videos in the Classroom:

YouTube Helpful Links Previewed
Converting Sites/Programs: These are for the busy educator who needs to snag a video offline for any number of reasons.
ZamZar
KeepVid
SaveTube
ClipConverter
SaveVid.com
Download printable directions for Zamzar
Download printable directions for Keepvid.com or savetube.com

Converting Programs: These are for the busy educator who needs to convert a video to a different format for any number of reasons.
iWisoft Video Converter

Alternate ways to show YouTube videos online:
Quiet Tube
TubeChop
SafeShare.tv
Youtube Share/Embed Options
Splicd

Data Storage Solutions for the Classroom:
DropBox
GoogleDocs
Box
Live Drive
Uploadingit.com

Timers for the Classroom
Online Stop Watch