Overview• Examples of how to use video in online courses.• Overview of video tools: Jing, Screencast-o-matic, and VoiceThread• Demonstrations of screen capture and embedding• Sharing resources using Diigo and LiveBinders.
Three Categories for Communication Content-related Ask or answer a content-related question Share information Express an idea or thought Planning of tasks Plan work, allocate tasks, coordinate joint efforts, or review drafts Negotiate and resolve conflicts Social support Express companionship, emotional support, or advice Provide support when problems arise (such as when having technical difficulties) Talk about things other than class work
Examples• Embedding a video in eCollege (Jing/ Screencast)• Detecting Plagiarism (Screencast-o-Matic)• Course Overview • Captured in Jing • Edited in iMovie • Posted to YouTube
How to…• Make a screencast using Screencast-o-Matic• Exporting options• Embed in eCollege
Some Video Creation Tools• Jing- (Mac/PC, $15/year)• Screencast-o-Matic ($12/year)• Snag-It (PC/ $50)• Adobe Captivate ($299, $699 retail)• Camtasia ($99)• iMovie• Windows Movie Maker• YouTube (Caption Syncing)
Voicethread VoiceThread at Penn State Student Example from EDT 609 Using VoiceThread
References Stefan Hrastinski Asynchronous and Synchronous E- Learning: A study of asynchronous and synchronous e-learning methods discovered that each supports different purposes. EDUCAUSE Quarterly http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE +Quarterly/ EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/ AsynchronousandSynchronousELea/163445