Posts Categorized: Video

NomadCast – Live your Life

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NomadCast – the first ever mobile application to let you video stream LIVE to your Facebook Friends & Twitter followers Special thanks to John O’Keefe for sharing NomadCast with Circles of Innovation. According to John, “It is basically Periscope but better. The only drawback is that it requires an iPhone or iPad to stream. However, […]

Enhance Your Research With Google Scholar

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Google Scholar is a powerful tool that can be set to search Valencia’s Research Databases.  Google Scholar also has several useful features for faculty that are conducting literature reviews, pursuing publication, or working on an advanced degree.  Students doing research papers can take advantage of Google Scholar as well.  The video below will demonstrate how to […]

Embedding 101

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Special thanks to the inaugural participants of the TED Talks Faculty Development Course. I made this video, in large part, due to their questions related to embedding content. I realize now, after creating the video and the title for this post, that I probably should have called this “Advanced Embedding” because I already made a basic […]

Screencastify

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Screencasting is a Teacher Trick that should be in every teacher’s toolkit. Simply put, screencasting is recording your computer screen while recording your voice to make a video that can be shared with others. You can make instructional videos, feedback videos, showcase videos, interactive videos and more. While there are many tools that teachers can buy […]

Rocks, Pebbles and Sand

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I saw a wonderful video today at the Academic Affairs & Planning Division Meeting (Thank you Kari Makepeace). It would make for a wonderful conversation starter/Circles Spark. Enjoy!

Socialnomics

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Special Thanks to Jennifer Bacelice for sharing this great video on the power of socialnomics, which is also a book. Anyone interested in reading and chatting about this book? Let me know.  The video really made me think. And what scared me most, is how much the data presented in the video has changed in just the […]

EDpuzzle: Make Any Video Your Lesson

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As part of Destination 2015: Flipped Learning, the Circles team wanted to share a technology that would  allow teachers to easily curate great videos and then flip those videos to create interactive out of class content.Of the many technologies we tested in preparation for Destination 2015, EDpuzzle was the most robust with the easiest interface. The […]

May the Fourth Be With You in 2015

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Happy Star Wars Day everyone! I know I am revealing my inner geek a little bit here, but I think it is safe to assume that I am not the only Star Wars fan at the college or following Circles. For those of you who don’t know about Star Wars Day, it is a day where Star Wars […]

Video in the Classroom

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If you have a smart device and a YouTube account, then you are a walking production studio and you may not know it. This summer in Destinations, we will be discussing digital tools you can use to easily and freely make videos with your students in your classroom. First things first, are you iOS or […]