Beyond Youtube

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Michael Farina presents a lecture on video search, alternatives to Youtube, and the future directions of interactive video at Yale's Center for Collaborative Learning.

Originally delivered on January 27, 2009, as a part of the CLC's lecture series, Teaching with Technology Tuesdays.

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Beyond Youtube

  1. 1. Beyond
  2. 2. Video Search
  3. 3. Video Search BEYOND GOOGLE
  4. 4. Video Search BEYOND GOOGLE GOOGLE relies on text
  5. 5. Video Search BEYOND GOOGLE GOOGLE relies on text Video is not text
  6. 6. Video Search BEYOND GOOGLE GOOGLE relies on text Video is not text (and tags aren’t always accurate)
  7. 7. Video Search
  8. 8. Video Search BEYOND YOUTUBE
  9. 9. Video Search BEYOND YOUTUBE YouTube, well, only allows you to search YouTube
  10. 10. Video Search BEYOND YOUTUBE YouTube, well, only allows you to search YouTube YouTube is king, but it isn’t king of all content
  11. 11. Video Search BEYOND YOUTUBE YouTube, well, only allows you to search YouTube YouTube is king, but it isn’t king of all content & copyright issues are still a problem
  12. 12. Three good options:
  13. 13. Three good options:
  14. 14. Three good options:
  15. 15. Three good options:
  16. 16. Now that’s a lot of sources!
  17. 17. Using VIDEO for teaching
  18. 18. A few good alternatives to Youtube:
  19. 19. A few good alternatives to Youtube:
  20. 20. Two more to consider
  21. 21. If you do use YouTube, Slicd.com allows you to give your students just a portion of a longer clip
  22. 22. If you do use YouTube, Slicd.com allows you to give your students just a portion of a longer clip Give ‘em what they need! IGNORE THE REST
  23. 23. www.adamsapp.com
  24. 24. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there.
  25. 25. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there. It allows you to turn static pdfs into interactive, web embeddable pdf programs.
  26. 26. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there. Imagine having just one document for your class.
  27. 27. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there. Imagine having just one document for your class. An embeddable, interactive pdf that allows students to click on assignments, readings, articles, films, music, works of art...
  28. 28. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there. Imagine having just one document for your class. An embeddable, interactive pdf that allows students to click on assignments, readings, articles, films, music, works of art... all from within your syllabus
  29. 29. Adam is one of the most powerful, revolutionary tools out there. Imagine having just one document for your class. An embeddable, interactive pdf that allows students to click on assignments, readings, articles, films, music, works of art... anything listed on your syllabus anything you can think of.
  30. 30. That’s ADAM.
  31. 31. This is the direction we’re going. Interactive is here.
  32. 32. This is the direction we’re going. Interactive is here. And it’s perfect for teaching.
  33. 33. This is the direction we’re going. Interactive is here. And it’s perfect for teaching. Soon we’ll be able to click on any object in a video or pdf.
  34. 34. That’s when things start to get interesting. What we consider hard, or ‘real’ objects, will soon all be handled as web objects.
  35. 35. Teaching is about to get really fun.

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