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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.
UTC Presentation 2011
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.
Johnson, Doug. "
" Weblog entry. Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. August, 2010. Date accessed May 15, 2011.
"Social Media Revolution 2011." Montage. June 8, 2011. YouTube. Accessed June 9, 2011.
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.
printable directions for Zamzar
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:
Youtube Share/Embed Options
Data Storage Solutions for the Classroom:
Timers for the Classroom
Online Stop Watch
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"