I’ve been meaning to contribute to the Retro Safari series for a long time. Last night I finally made it happen. Continue reading
I love including lots of videos in my coursework. From found content to YouTube, to a narrated lecture adding video can start to bridge the gap from a passive learning to experience to a more active one (Video is still passive in nature but it’s much easier to focus on than a wall of printed text. However, the challenge is making those videos more interactive. I also have found that when moving form one piece of content to another there can be an informational doorway which students enter and forget everything from the video. Recently I’ve been faced with this challenge and came up with some interesting workarounds. Continue reading
I made this video a while back for fun. It ended up not getting used since it was found to be too humorous. I totally forgot to post this here so here you go!
Continuing our weekly video sessions John and I talk about backchanneling and cloud storage solutions in higher education. Continue reading