Xtranormal is a great site for making 3D animated movies. I have always mentioned and showcased a couple examples of Xtranormal creations in my Multimedia Tools webinars. Sadly, Xtranormal recently posted that they will be closing all accounts and removing all the existing videos by July 31, 2013. This is what was posted on their blog: To our loyal Xtranormal community: What have we accomplished? Over the past 5+ years,
I’m excited to announce a partnership with the Central Florida TriNet team. I was awarded the ability to become a Google Glass Explorer through the #ifihadglass promotion on Twitter and Google+. I’ll be among only 8,000 eligible Glass Explorers in the United States to have first access to the latest wearable technology made by Google. TriNet has been a huge supporter and promoter of the Central Florida tech and entrepreneurial community.
I recently travel with my Learning Technology Services teammates to Instructurecon (#Instcon) 2013 in Park City, Utah to present a session, learn more about Instructure Canvas, what other institutions are doing with Canvas, and about upcoming features. During this three day event I learn a lot more about the Canvas road map, LTIs, APIs, Canvas support, and how ridiculous we all looked in the 80’s. Day 1 kicked off with Josh
How can you say no to “Free and Cheap Multimedia tools for Educators“? Check out the webinar I’ll be hosting with Blackboard on Thursday June 13, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EST. This webinar will assist participates in identifying and incorporating multimedia and instructional tools to accommodate students’ diverse learning styles. The tools featured will be either free or cheap resources to easily incorporate multimedia into your face-to-face or online classroom. Many of
Did you miss my webinar “Engaging Diverse Learning Styles with Web and Mobile Multimedia Tools that Add Pizzazz to SoftChalk Content” by SoftChalk on June 5, 2013? To accommodate diverse learning styles as well as access to mobile content it has become increasingly important to use multimedia and instructional tools that enhance lessons. The tools featured in this webinar will be either free or cheap resources that easily incorporate a
AirPlay in the classroom from an iPad or iPhone is becoming a trend in both Higher Education and K12. More teachers and classrooms are getting mobile devices, either personal or through the insituation, to help enhance their teaching and provide educational content anywhere in the classroom. Uses for AirPlay in the classroom: Portable whiteboard using an app, such as Educreations Mobile Document Camera (check out Belkin’s new tablet stage) Group