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Advanced Training Tools

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Overviewing the advance training tools I am using in the professional and academic software development training I deliver.

More information about the Java course I deliver can be found at java.course.lifemichael.com

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Advanced Training Tools

  1. 1. Advanced Training Tools Haim Michael December 13th , 2015 All logos, trademarks and brand names used in this presentation, such as the logo of Google or any of its products, belong to their respective owners. Haim Michael and LifeMichael are independent and not related, affiliated or connected neither with Google, TinyURL, Facebook or any of the companies and the technologies mentioned in this presentation. LifeMichael.com
  2. 2. Table of Content ● Creating Video Clips ● VNCServer ● YouTube Platform ● Google+ Communities ● Google Docs ● TinyURL, Bit.ly and Goo.gl ● Google Drive ● Groups on Facebook ● Moodle Learning Platform ● Google Hangout ● Questions & Answers
  3. 3. Creating Video Clips ● Taking short video clips that focus on specific topics can assist the students with getting ready to the lessons. We can upload the video clips on youtube. ● Taking a video clip for the entire lesson (or most of it) allows the students to watch again those specific parts of the lesson in which they lose their focus. ● Taking a video clip during the lesson keeps the students quiet.
  4. 4. Creating Video Clips ● There are lots of possible software applications for taking video clips that capture the screen and the lecturer voice. Camtasia (developed by TechSmith) is my favorite. CamStudio is a relatively good free option. www.TechSmith.com www.CamStudio.org
  5. 5. VNC Server ● When teaching in classes with classnet (or similar) we can connect our laptop with the teacher computer using a VNC Server so we could continue record the video clips on our laptop and have all students watching our laptop. www.realvnc.com
  6. 6. YouTube Platform ● We can store our video clips on the YouTube platform for free. ● We can either publish the video clips as public ones, so that everyone can find them by searching the relevant key words, or we can publish them as unlisted or private. ● YouTube allows us to add subtitles to our video clips in order to make them more accessible.
  7. 7. YouTube Platform ● We can add additional texts into the video clips stored on YouTube in order to clarify specific unclear topics. ● We can add links to other video clips that provide additional explanation. ● We can add a link to our video to our slides. We can create specific video clips for specific slides.
  8. 8. YouTube Platform ● The video clips can be organized into playlists. We can create playlists that include video clips developed by us and video clips developed by others. www.YouTube.com
  9. 9. Google+ Communities ● We can create a community on Google+ for organizing the video clips taken during the lessons we deliver. Creating a separated community for each course will allow us sharing the communities with unregistered students. ● The video clips can be uploaded either to our Google Drive (happens when uploading directly to Google+) or to YouTube (we can upload on YouTube and add the links to Google+).
  10. 10. Google+ Communities ● Students can place their comments to the video clips and we can either reply those comments or add additional texts to the clips themselves. ● Each community allows having fruitful discussions between the students. ● We can add additional resources (links, images etc.) to each community.
  11. 11. Google+ Communities ● We can add to each community the relevant main links of our course. ● Whenever a new post is published the community members get an email. plus.google.com
  12. 12. Google Docs ● Google Docs allow us to create online docs, sheets and slides. ● When creating online docs, sheets and slides we can easily publish them to the web. ● Highly useful for sharing the course documents, including the syllabuses, detailed plans, final projects documents etc. docs.google.com
  13. 13. TinyURL, Bit.ly and Goo.gl ● We can easily create shorter URL addresses instead of lengthy ones. ● The TinyURL service allows us to set meaningful shorter URL addresses. TinyURL.com TinyURL Bit.ly Goo.gl
  14. 14. Google Drive ● We can easily share folders and files on our Google Drive with our students. ● When sharing for the purpose of downloading only it is possible to share public. drive.google.com
  15. 15. Professional Groups on Facebook ● Creating a professional group on facebook as a way for sharing and maintaining a social conext for our course. www.facebook.com
  16. 16. Moodle Learning Platform ● Moodle is an open source Learning Management system we can use for setting up on-line learning platforms. ● Moodle was developed in PHP and is a variety of plugins and themes we can install in order to extend its capabilities. www.moodle.org
  17. 17. Google Hangout ● Google Handout allows us to deliver online lessons while sharing our desktop and even saving the lesson as a video available on youtube. hangout.google.com
  18. 18. Questions & Answers If you enjoyed my seminar please leave me a comment at http://speakerpedia.com/speakers/life-michael. Thanks for your time! Haim.

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