— Diane P. Janes, PhD (@Diane_Janes) May 16, 2018
Jessica and I presented about ways YouTube can be used in education to enhance student learning. We heard from the audience and even live streamed the session with the support of Extron Electronics (an event sponsor). The “slides” are actually a website, which is designed to be an open resource that I will continue to add to. We encourage you to give it a try, start small … and you can always delete the video if you decide you don’t like it.
— James M. Skidmore (@JamesMSkidmore) May 16, 2018
— Aaron™ (@aaron_lucs) May 16, 2018
Please let me know if you see anything that should be added. Contact me if you want to discuss YouTube for education.
THX @NurseKillam 4 sharing insights about production process – to script or not to script; planning involved either way; practice, rehearse, prepare. Editing can be longer than shooting #CNIE2018Sudbury @CNIE_RCIE sound interesting when your face isn't on camera! @JessicaOReill17
— Helen DeWaard (@hj_dewaard) May 16, 2018
— Joanne Kehoe (@joanne_kehoe) May 16, 2018