Animoto is simple to use tool to create videos of photos and videos in minutes. This can be a excellent way for educators to building engaging slide shows, business to showcase features, bloggers to share multiple photos to capture the feeling of an event, or just personal share with family and friends. Give it a try with the Lite version for free to create a 30 second clip with a few of
I have been wanting to work on this presentation for awhile. People are networking very differently in the age of social media and mobile technology. This presentation emphasis the way we can connect and expand our networking reach with the utilization of social media and technology. At the AFC (Association of Florida College) Convention in Naples, FL, I presented a session called Networking in the 21st Century: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn,
This past Christmas I was fortunate enough to be a receiver of a new Apple TV. Thanks again Mom! Of course it’s a relativity new gadget from Apple and I have heard nothing but good things about it from friends. Old Apple TV’s are very different from this version, mainly no internal storage. I probably could go into about hundred reasons why if you own a Macbook, iPhone, or iPad
Wondering how you can just cut that 30 seconds you need from a YouTube video to share with your class? Check out the simple tool called TubeChop 3 Easy Steps: 1. Find the video you want to chop. 2. Select & cut interesting part of the video. 3. Share it with friends. Wondering how you can have students comment on certain time points of YouTube vidoes? Check out the simple
Did you miss the Les Paul doodle by Google last Thursday? Don’t worry you still have a chance for an encore! The “doodle,” as Google refers to its special logo designs, featured a six-string guitar, which let visitors record 30-second songs by strumming chords with a flick of the mouse. Google posted the doodle in honor of electric-guitar guru Les Paul’s 96th birthday last Thursday, 6/09/11. Paul died in 2009.
Favorite Free Tools for Educators – Part 1 (much more to come in future post) #1 Jing – Free Screen Shot & Recording Tool Snap a picture of your screen. Record video of onscreen action. Share instantly over the web, IM, email. http://www.jingproject.com/ #2 YouTube Upload videos up to 15 minutes in length Share videos to millions or use privacy settings Unlisted privacy option allows videos to now be available