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Check out the educational uses of YouTube and other video streaming available on the web. Find out how to use ZamZar to download video to avoid firewall problems in schools.

Check out the educational uses of YouTube and other video streaming available on the web. Find out how to use ZamZar to download video to avoid firewall problems in schools.

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  • Look What’s Coming Down the Tube: YouTube, Teacher Tube, & Other Streaming Videos Jan McGee, LMS West Monroe High School 201 Riggs Street West Monroe, LA 71291 Ouachita Parish School System [email_address]
  • Time Magazine’s Person of the Year December 25, 2006 YouTube
  • YouTube is:
    • A video-sharing service that lets users upload files to YouTube servers, where they are available online
    • Streams more than 100 million videos per day
    Debuted in 2005
  • What kinds of Videos?
    • Videos can be
      • Animations
      • Video footage of public events
      • Personal recordings of friends
      • Personal/Professional Productions
    • Videos can be
      • informational
      • entertaining
      • persuasive
      • purely personal
  • Who Posts?
    • Anyone with a video recording device
      • Cell phone
      • Video Flip Camera
      • Small Wonder Camera
      • Upper-end digital video camera
  • Why Post?
    • Self expression
    • Aspiring producers, directors, actors
    • Aspiring reporters, journalists
    • Hobbyists
    • Outlet for creativity
    • Demonstrations for “how to”
    • Sharing events
  • YouTube allows users to:
    • Post and tag videos
    • Watch videos posted by others
    • Post comments in a threaded discussion format
    • Search for content by keyword or category
    • Create and participate in topical groups
  • How does YouTube work?
    • Free Web 2.0 tool
    • Users register & create a profile
    • Videos include tag, category, brief description
    • Videos can be public or restricted to members of a specified contact list
  • YouTube Links
    • Links allow a user to:
      • share a movie through email
      • Add it to a list of “favorites”
      • Post a text-based or video comment about it
      • Read or watch comments of others
  • Embed Videos
    • YouTube allows videos hosted on its site to be embedded in other Web pages, such as blogs, wikis, or personal Web sites.
  • Significance?
    • YouTube has made sharing video easy
    • YouTube provides the storage and the server
    • Flash player, which works consistently on a variety of platforms, is the only player required
    • Videos on YouTube generally stream smoothly, without lags or slowdowns.
  • Why is this Important?
    • It opens the experience of online video to a wide range of users
    • Makes content available to everyone interested in consuming it
  • Educational Implications
    • Heightens students’ visual literacy
    • Encourages experimentation with new media
    • Creating content helps develop a deeper understanding of subject matter and the tools used to create that content
    • Replaces passive learning with active participation
    • Teaches Internet responsibility and ethics
  • YouTube in the Content Areas
  • History & Social Studies
    • Hiroshima & Nagasaki-Original 1945 Documentary 5/5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P75GYaYl5w0
    • John F. Kennedy Assassination
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IHYSwK9Xac
    • Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =HODBwP5EA-E
  • Mathematics
    • Alegebra: Distance Rate and Time
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-vTXwJObOI
    • Introduction to Algebra
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7FNkFLjsTs
  • Fine Arts: Band Program
    • “ I used YouTube today to demonstrate a performance of "Nessun Dorma" by Luciano Pavarotti. I wanted my students to hear it in its original context. (One student told me afterwards that Pavarotti's performance gave him goosebumps.)”
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtAk5On4PvI
  • Band Program
    • “ I also use YouTube during Fine Arts classes to demonstrate instrumental sounds and voice ranges (soprano, coloratura, dramatic, lyric, basso profundo, countertenor, male alto, castrati, etc.).”
  • Band, Drum Corp
    • “ In Marching Band I used clips from drum corps rehearsals to show marching style and body carriage.
    • I may also use YouTube to show what NOT to sound like, as their are several postings of truly wretched ensembles!”
  • Vocal Music
    • Choir performances for concert season
    • Music competitions
    • Vocal arrangements
  • Home Economics
    • Homemade Banana Bread Recipe
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFB5AwQMSD4
    • Learn How to Quilt: Beginning Quilting Instructions
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGsGxY7V920
  • Library
    • Book Trailers
      • Seeing Redd
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IifKPrzQFZ4&feature=related
      • Looking Glass Wars
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSp5PaJiNRE
      • A Great and Terrible Beauty
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPtH4vJregY
  • Library Program
    • Spy Force Max Remy
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = jSCHhUNUvCw
    • Turtle Summer
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cItMmvm6G_E
    • The Joshua Files
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEIFbyfBbo4
  • Library Program
    • Twilight by Stephanie Meyer
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qgci5Z2ukOU
    • When you Were Young: Twilight-Bella & Edward
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =ywVX8kc23_Q
  • Technology
    • How to Download & Install Audacity
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSpuJU57cg0
    • How to Comment on a VoiceThread
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr3qwC31r64
  • Downsides?
    • Copyright violations—improper use of copyright materials
    • Violations of privacy issues
    • Inappropriate content issues
    • Users who embed materials are dependent upon YouTube to continue to make that content available
    • Blocked by Firewalls
  • “ You get what you look for”
    • Edutopia Survey
    • Type in Carl Sagan
    • Type in World War : Archduke Ferdinand
    • Diet Coke Mentos Experiment
    Readers’ Survey 2007: Best YouTube Video about Education.,Edutopia Readers Weigh in on Favorites. Edutopia: George Lucas Foundation. <http://www.edutopia.org/node/4094>
  • TeacherTube
    • http://www.teachertube.com
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  • Teacher Tube Allows Upload of Support Documentation
    • Beginning April, 2007, TeacherTube has enabled teachers to upload support materials & files to TeacherTube videos
      • Teacher notes
      • Directions
      • Handouts
      • Quizzes
      • Discussions questions
      • Notes, etc.
  • Saving YouTube for a Rainy Day
    • http:// www.zamzar.com
    Completely free! Optional Toolbar Download!
  • ZamZar.com
    • Check email link
    • Download to HD, flash drive or other location
    • Click link in email to download video
    • You will be taken to the download site.
  • Click “ Download Now ” and save to desired location.
  • Adding Zamzar “Convert It” Button
    • Go to: http://www.zamzar.com/tools/
    • Rt-Click on “ Convert It ” button
    • On Pop-up menu, select “ Add to Favorites ”
    • Save in “ Links ” folder
    http://www.zamzar.com/tools
  • To Use ZamZar Button
    • When on a video-sharing website, such as YouTube, click the ZamZar button on your toolbar.
    • It will automatically pull up the ZamZar site
    • AND
    • It will automatically fill in the URL of the website for you.
  • Sites supported by Zamzar:
    • YouTube
    • Google Video
    • Myspace
    • Revver
    • PutFile
    • Break.com
    • Apple Trailers
    • Dailymotion
    • Metacafe
    • IFilm
    • Grouper
    • Blip.tv
  • Other Video Resources TeacherTube SchoolTube UstreamTV GoogleVideo NextVista for Learning
  • NextVista for Learning
    • Free online library of teacher and student-made short, educational, high quality video.
    • Contains a “Global Views” Collection
    • Contains a “Light Bulb” collection
    • Right-click to download
    • Not many videos uploaded at this time.
    http:// www.nextvista.org /
  • SchoolTube
      • Content created by teachers and students.
      • All content must be approved by registered teachers
      • Follows local curriculum guidelines
      • Can email links
      • Can generate code to paste into web page
    http:// www.schooltube.com *Zamzar not an option
  • UstreamTV
    • Uses tag clouds.
    • Does not categorize videos across the curriculum, but does have great section on technology.
    • *ex.- Will Richardson’s Weblogg-ed.tv series
    http:// www.ustream.tv /
  • GoogleVideo http:// video.google.com
  • GoogleVideo
  • Google Alerts
  • SciVeeTV
    • http://www.scivee.tv/
  • Other Educational Video Sites
    • MIT World ( http://mitworld.mit.edu ) on demand video of significant public events at Massachuesetts Institute for Technology
    • Suttree: a knowledge community and an aggregator of instructional videos. Educational videos only part of this site. Site also included many “how tos” for marital relations. Not recommended for school setting. ( http:// www.sutree.com )
  • Citing YouTube
    • Norton, Robert. &quot;How to Train a Cat to Operate a Light Switch.&quot; YouTube . 4Nov. 2006. 7 Nov. 2007 <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vja83KLQXZs>.
    No official MLA Citation format for videos. NoodleTools*, has recommended the following format for citing videos: *Printed with permission from Debbie Aycock, NoddleTools.
  • Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Vicki Davis
    • “ Humans are deeply influenced by video, particularly those with an emotional anchor in their past.”
    • “ The effective use of video can give us breakthrough moments with our students.”
    • “ YouTube will become “DeadTube” for educators if they don’t wake up.”
    http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2008/02/favorite-inspirational-youtube-clips.html
  • Q & A
  • Works Cited
    • Davis, Vicki. “YouTube in Education.” Weblog entry. 16 Feb. 2008. Cool Cat Teacher Blog. 2 Mar. 2008 <http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/‌2008/‌02/‌f avorite-inspirational-youtube-clips.html>.
    • Dyck, Brenda. “Have You Tried YouTube?” Weblog entry. 1 May 2007. Brenda’s Blog. Education World. 17 Feb. 2008 <http://www.educationworld.com/‌a_tech/‌colu mnists/‌dyck/‌dyck015.shtml>.
  • Works Cited
    • O’Neal, Chris. “A Teacher’s Tour of YouTube.” Edutopia . 19 Feb. 2008 <http://www.edutopia.org/‌teachers-tour-you- tube>.
    • Wesch, Michael, Prof. “Presentation: YouTube in/‌on/‌of/‌for the Classroom.” Kansas State University. Kansas State University Union 212. 24 Jan. 2008. 24 Feb. 2008 <http://mediatedcultures.net/‌ksudigg/‌?p=140>.