Posts Tagged: Youtube

How atoms bond

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Atoms bond to form molecules. Sometimes, in an atomic tug-of-war, one atom pulls electrons from another, forming an ionic bond. Atoms can also play nicely and share electrons in a covalent bond. From simple oxygen to complex human chromosome 13, George Zaidan and Charles illustrate the chemical bond.

The hidden power of smiling

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The Hidden Power of Smiling It’s not very common these days to see a health professional who is knowledgeable, serious about her job, and also smiles. It seems that the stress of working in medical field sometimes makes the health professionals forget about the power of a simple smile. This video in different aspects explains […]

Cyber Warfare

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The imbedded video describes cyber warfare as a new class of weapons and war of the future that is not covered by any legal framework. It clearly states that new international laws are needed to cover this type of warfare and that these laws need to make explicit what an act of war is, when […]

Globalization and Containerization and how the Modern World was Shaped

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Globalization is an ever-increasing social phenomenon affecting nations and peoples across the globe.  It has rapidly changed and transformed our world.  The world has become a a seamless and invisible web of interconnected parts despite all the borders.  Borders do not inhibit communication, business transactions, or the transfer of money and commodities.  As the following […]

Music Industry on the Social Web

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Special thanks to Troy Gifford, one of Valencia’s Music Professors, who shared this “interesting graphic on how the social web interacts with the music industry.” To see the full image, click here or on the image below. 

Dragontape: Mixtapes for Learning

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For those of you who remember the 1980s and the power of a good mix tape, you are going to like http://dragontape.com. Essentially, you can use this Web 2.0 application to make mix tapes for your students. Or better yet, have your students make mix tapes of difficulty content in your course. It’s currently FREE […]

Enable Captions for Embedded YouTube Video

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If you are using YouTube video in your courses, it is imperative to add captions: Captioning improves comprehension for all viewers, especially for those with English as a second language. Compliance with ADA and other Human Rights legislation indicates that all broadcast or distributed video content be captioned. Captioning is a key element of Universal […]

Google+ for Online Chats and Digital Office Hours

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Special thanks to Todd Conaway, an Instructional Designer from Yavapai College in Arizona, who shared with us his faculty development blog. As I was surfing his blog, I was inspired by this video and it’s relationship with things we will be showcasing at our next Circles of Innovation session. We look forward to the opportunity to work […]