Tag Archives: screencasts

Teaching Faculty About Wikipedia (and Social Software in General)

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) I just discovered Jon Udell’s wonderfully archeological screencast about the evolution of a wikipedia page. In eight and a half minutes, he beautifully demonstrates how a community negotiates knowledge construction when nobody is the boss, … Continue reading

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Video Literacy

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) There’s an old joke among instructional designers. In response to a request for “gratuitous” video in a course, we ask, “What moves?” The implication, of course, is that if you are not showing content that … Continue reading

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vPodcasting?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Update: For those of you who tried the link and found it broken, it has been fixed now. Sorry about that. My colleagues at FIT are at it again. Not content to merely use podcasting … Continue reading

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Del.icio.us Feast

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) I admit it: Much as del.icio.us has intrigued me, I could never quite figure out how to use the darned thing. Lucky for me, Eric Feinblatt turned me on to a screencast on the topic … Continue reading

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JotSpot Initial Impressions: This is Your Source Code on Wiki

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) After spending a few hours playing around with the JotSpot beta, I can say that I like what I see very much so far. As a non-programmer who wants to learn a little HTML and … Continue reading

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