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GoodNotes and AirSketch In the Classroom

Our guest blogger this week is Dr. Mike Flynn, chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance.  After attending the FTI in 2012 Dr. Flynn implemented both AirSketch and GoodNotes which are note taking/whiteboard apps that will allow you to annotate on PDFs.  In this post he talks about his experiences implementing these iPad apps […]

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Mobile Video Annotation Apps

To start off the new year I wanted to take a look at two apps that allow you to annotate on video.  You may be asking, What does that even mean? or Why would I want to do this?  Well, here’s the answer.  Annotating video allows you to take a video using your mobile device […]

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Point 2 View USB Document Camera

TLT recently purchased three IPEVO Point 2 View USB cameras and added them to our checkout equipment inventory. While this device has a relatively simple design, and frankly feels cheap, I’m pretty impressed with the its functionality and image quality. The first thing that draws my interest is the sleek and lightweight design which makes […]

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Swivl – Turn your iPhone or iPod Touch into your own personal cameraman

I saw this gadget at the ISTE 2012 Conference this summer and thought it would be a cool tool for anyone who is interested in recording their lectures.  Swivl is a very small swiveling camera holder that allows you to easily record yourself.  If you use an iOS device and the tracking device then the […]

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Pecha Kucha in the Classroom

Pecha Kucha is a simple presentation format devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham where you show 20 slides or images, each for only 20 second.  The images or slides advance automatically to keep you on time and you can only talk about each slide or image while it’s being displayed.  Designed to keep presentations […]

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Tips for a Successful Video Project

Last week Laura Plotts and I gave a FTI 2 Go session on using Student Created Mobile Video in your classes. In this session we gave tips for successful filming, editing, and sharing and provided many resources such as rubrics, release forms, and free audio and video resources that are copyright free. Since several people […]

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Echo 360 Personal Capture at the Faculty Social

Update: Please note that Echo 360 is no longer available to CofC faculty as a campus license. Mediasite Desktop Recorder is the new replacement allowing for media creation and media sharing.   Thanks to everyone who came by the TLT Faculty Social on Thursday. It was great to see everyone. During the social I did […]

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