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YouTube and Captioning

May 27, 2013


More and more educators are using Youtube to post videos. These videos may take different forms and have different purposes. They can used in the school or accessed outside of school by the student. The problem is that the videos are seldom captioned. A teacher may respond, “Do I really need to have my videos captioned? […]

Keeping the Synchronous in Asynchronous

May 29, 2012


A common complaint among online learners is “Where is the teacher?” Even with online discussions and email, the instructor can still be an unknown participant in the course. Adding online meetings to an online course is being seen more and more. An instructor will use . Blackboard 9 includes their revamped Illuminate. That’s a powerful […]

Chat vs. Q&A Pod in Adobe Connect

May 24, 2012


The Adobe Blog has an interesting post on the Q&A Pod. See: To moderate or not. That is the question pod. When I began using Adobe Connect, I pushed the Chat Pod on user instead of the Q&A pod. “Easier to use!” I championed. Over time, I noticed that wild free-for-all chat pods took away from […]

Reflection and iPad

May 2, 2012


I used Reflection to mirror an iPad screen onto my Mac screen. The next test was to screens hare in Adobe Connect. It worked well. I could see the iPad app clearly. I even walked around with the iPad (it connects via wifi to my Mac). There has been an increase in requests to show […]