Flipping the Session

Updated 7/22/2012 to include a flipped session from Todd Conaway and Jill Schiefelbein. The idea Several months ago Alan Levine and Audrey Watters blogged about the possibility of flipping traditional presentation-centric conferences. Both suggest that presenters share session content prior the conference, and then use the freed up face-to-face time for conversations, debates, and brainstorming on session […]

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Answers to Four Questions about iTunes U

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AQu-aC2B_A] In this screencast, David Wicks addresses four common questions faculty have about iTunes U. The questions are: What is iTunes U? How do you access iTunes U? What resources can be found on iTunes U? How can iTunes U be used in your instruction? Link to this video on iTune U

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How was digital video used in Higher Education during 2008?

How video was used in Higher Education during 2008  This article highlights some of the ways web video was used by higher education during 2008. The Texas A & M grass roots video project is interesting. I like how they are letting students be creative with a simple rule that video must be in good taste. (delicious […]

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