Neil Winton 2012
Neil Winton 2012
Who you callin’ a Tube?                          Neil Winton 2012
neil wintonenglish teacherbloggerspeakerwriterlearner
the past
the past
the past
the past   April 2005: First video uploaded to    YouTube. Did not feature cats...           the second one did! December ...
the past
the past July 2006: 100 million videos watched  and 65,000 new videos uploaded —              every day.  October 2006: Yo...
the past
the pastOctober 2007: Copyright management     launched with Content ID   January 2008: 10 hours of video      uploaded ev...
the past
the pastJune/August 2008: Annotations and       captions launched October 2008: 15 hours of video     uploaded every minut...
the past
the pastFebruary 2009: Pope channel launched      Holy Kitty, Batman!May 2009: 20 hours of video uploaded           every ...
the past
the pastMay 2010: YouTube exceeds 2 billion           views per day
today
today
today
today
today  One hour of video is uploaded every second  Over 4 billion videos are viewed every day   In one month, more video i...
GoogleTube
GoogleTube  Google it...  YouTube it...
why?
why? Show, don’t tell... Any time, any place...
or is it this…
or is it this…   YouTube lets you find your own answers...   YouTube doesn’t ask you the question...   YouTube doesn’t judg...
1700 generationsago, modern manemerges and startsdeveloping language300            35 generationsgenerations ago printing ...
 1700 generations...
i can haz cheezburger plz?     2000 Always on web    1985 PC / networking    1970 Fax / electronics    1955 T...
a curriculum for   excellence
The Scottisha curriculum for   excellence Curriculum
literacy                        |ˈlɪt(ə)rəsi|              Definition of LiteracyLiteracy is the set of skills whichallows ...
enough slides...<slick and seamless switchto the internet>
oopsie?
oopsie?   YouTube is EVIL! Evil, I tells ya...   There are good reasons to block it...
Did ye ken...
Did ye ken...  There are 32 LAs in Scotland...   Considerable amounts of money were spent to provide high speed large band...
youtube    engages learners  opens the classroom    enhances literacy         is relevant      is cooperative and it’s als...
neil winton      ?http://about.me/nwinton
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    1. 1. Neil Winton 2012
    2. 2. Neil Winton 2012
    3. 3. Who you callin’ a Tube? Neil Winton 2012
    4. 4. neil wintonenglish teacherbloggerspeakerwriterlearner
    5. 5. the past
    6. 6. the past
    7. 7. the past
    8. 8. the past April 2005: First video uploaded to YouTube. Did not feature cats... the second one did! December 2005: Official site launch — 8 million videos watched every dayMay 2006: Video responses launched — ‘trolling’ becomes the new grafitti
    9. 9. the past
    10. 10. the past July 2006: 100 million videos watched and 65,000 new videos uploaded — every day. October 2006: YouTube acquired by Google for $1.65 billionMay 2007: The first known instance of a ‘Rickroll’
    11. 11. the past
    12. 12. the pastOctober 2007: Copyright management launched with Content ID January 2008: 10 hours of video uploaded every minuteMay 2008: 13 hours of video uploaded every minute
    13. 13. the past
    14. 14. the pastJune/August 2008: Annotations and captions launched October 2008: 15 hours of video uploaded every minute Dec 2008: 720p HD launched
    15. 15. the past
    16. 16. the pastFebruary 2009: Pope channel launched Holy Kitty, Batman!May 2009: 20 hours of video uploaded every minute July 2009: 3D launchedNovember 2009: 1080p HD launched March 2010: 24 hours of video uploaded every minute
    17. 17. the past
    18. 18. the pastMay 2010: YouTube exceeds 2 billion views per day
    19. 19. today
    20. 20. today
    21. 21. today
    22. 22. today
    23. 23. today One hour of video is uploaded every second Over 4 billion videos are viewed every day In one month, more video is uploaded toYouTube than was created by the 3 major US TVnetworks in the last 60 years In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 TRILLIONviews - or almost 140 views for every person on theEarth
    24. 24. GoogleTube
    25. 25. GoogleTube Google it... YouTube it...
    26. 26. why?
    27. 27. why? Show, don’t tell... Any time, any place...
    28. 28. or is it this…
    29. 29. or is it this… YouTube lets you find your own answers... YouTube doesn’t ask you the question... YouTube doesn’t judge your ‘answer’…
    30. 30. 1700 generationsago, modern manemerges and startsdeveloping language300 35 generationsgenerations ago printing isago writing is developeddeveloped
    31. 31.  1700 generations     ago, modern man      emerges and starts      developing language                                 2000 Always on web300 35 generations 1985 PC / networkinggenerations ago printing is 1970 Fax / electronics 1955 Television / Mass Mediaago writing is developed 1940 Radio / Talking Filmsdeveloped 1925 Telephone / Silent Films 1910 Telegraph / Photography
    32. 32. i can haz cheezburger plz?  2000 Always on web 1985 PC / networking 1970 Fax / electronics 1955 Television / Mass Media 1940 Radio / Talking Films 1925 Telephone / Silent Films 1910 Telegraph / Photography
    33. 33. a curriculum for excellence
    34. 34. The Scottisha curriculum for excellence Curriculum
    35. 35. literacy |ˈlɪt(ə)rəsi| Definition of LiteracyLiteracy is the set of skills whichallows an individual to engage fully insociety and in learning, through thedifferent forms of language whichsociety values and finds useful. Literacy and English cover paper 2008
    36. 36. enough slides...<slick and seamless switchto the internet>
    37. 37. oopsie?
    38. 38. oopsie? YouTube is EVIL! Evil, I tells ya... There are good reasons to block it...
    39. 39. Did ye ken...
    40. 40. Did ye ken... There are 32 LAs in Scotland... Considerable amounts of money were spent to provide high speed large bandwidth connections for schools... 29 out of 32 LAs use the Education connection for their own corporate networks... #fail
    41. 41. youtube engages learners opens the classroom enhances literacy is relevant is cooperative and it’s also pretty cool!
    42. 42. neil winton ?http://about.me/nwinton

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