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Dear TLT: Are There Any Note-Taking Apps That Sync With Videos?

Dear TLT, I am currently in the process of designing my first online course. Do any apps exist that would allow my students to take notes that automatically sync with my lecture videos? Sincerely, Professor R. Hinkley Physics Dear Professor Hinkley, Congrats on designing your first online course! If we understand you correctly, you are looking […]

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New Way To Use Stream with OAKS

  STREAM, the College’s streaming media server, is a great way to stream large videos to your students via OAKS. The upcoming OAKS 10.3 upgrade requires us to make a minor change to how you embed these STREAM videos in OAKS. You will still upload your media to STREAM as you always have. The change […]

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PollEverywhere and Google Moderator to Increase Student Engagement

This week’s guest blogger is Miriam Klous in Health and Human Performance. In May 2013 I attended the Faculty Technology Institute (FTI) training. We learned about new technologies that could be useful in a classroom setting, research or service. In my classes, I have been trying to increase the interaction with the students and particularly […]

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Guest Post: Comparison of two video projects in an undergrad and a grad class

Today our guest blogger is Dr. Kelley White, Assistant Professor in Teacher Education. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to attend the summer 2013 FTI (Faculty Technology Institute).  It was a great experience for many reasons.  I met and collaborated with new colleagues and learned about several new tools that could enhance my teaching and research.  Based […]

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Free Media For Educational Projects

When in the privacy of the physical classroom, faculty can use a lot of material (images, video, music) that is copyright protected under the Fair Use laws. However, more and more faculty or students are required to take materials online. This may be in the form of an online lecture or a multimedia project. Either […]

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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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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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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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Penn State’s Decision Tree

We often get inquiries from faculty trying to find out more information about copyright, especially regarding videos that are used for educational purposes. TLT does not provide legal advice, however, we do post resources or guidelines that may be helpful for faculty. Below is a well-designed infographic published by Penn State aimed to help people avoid copyright infringement when using video […]

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