Jun 9, 2010 at 3:15 pm, TTIX Committee
The Ustreaming of TTIX last year worked out so well that we’re doing it again in 2010. Each room of the conference has its own corresponding “show” on our TTIX Ustream channel. (Just make sure you find the 2010 shows which are listed after the 2009.)
Each session page in the 2010 Session Schedule also links to the corresponding Ustream show.
Once you’ve found a session’s broadcast, you can interact with other participants through the chat backchannel. There will probably be a #ttix hashtag thread on Twitter that you can follow, too.
So while there’s nothing like being at TTIX in person, you can get a bit of the flavor and interact with the sessions from anywhere in the world!
TTIX 2010 Ustream “Show” Links
Mar 16, 2010 at 2:10 pm, S. Jeff Cold
Enhancing Camtasia 7 Videos with Bluff Titler,
above is linky to .ppt slide show used in the presentation on 6/11/2010 at 11:30 AM in Rm 1160
Camtasia 7 Videos with Bluff Titler, Audacity, and Visual Communicator 3
Educators in Higher Ed in all disciplines are seeking ways to create online videos that really communicate. The
expectations of the iGeneration for digital media is high. Camtasia 6 is a common video capture tool used by
many to create online videos. Camtasia 6 can be enhanced using Bluff Titler to create introduction video,
Audacity to edit royalty free audio files, and Visual Communicator 3 to create a personal presence in any background.
The audience will be able to:
- Understand how Bluff Titler’s sample video files can be edited and imported into Camtasia 6
- Use Camtasia 6 to create custom callouts when creating videos
- Understand how Audacity can be used to edit music for inclusion in Camtasia on its time line
- Learn green screen techniques in Visual Communicator 3 to import into the Camtasia 6 video process
The techniques presented can be used by anyone using Camtasia 6 to create online content to teach. All of the
techniques are available through inexpensive or free software and inexpensive hardware. Participants from
the audience will be invited to help demonstrate how green screen technology works. The presenter will provide
all of the software and hardware for the presentation. Read the rest of this entry »
Mar 4, 2010 at 2:13 pm, Juan Aldape
If online video is the future, will I have to put it in my online course?
We are in a time when it is commonplace for everyone to easily discover,
watch and share videos online. The objective of this workshop is to provide
an overview of basic online-video principles, compare video
solutions that integrate with Learning Management Systems and address
whether they belong in a course in the first place. Read the rest of this entry »
Mar 2, 2010 at 11:00 am, Michael Johnson
The increasing ease and ubiquity of video has created a renewed interest to use video in many aspects of teaching. In this session we describe the uses and benefits of video annotation tools in teaching and learning, including professional development. We discuss available tools, and some future directions that we are exploring at BYU, and suggest criteria for selecting appropriate tools. The session includes hands on experiences using a variety of video annotation tools. Read the rest of this entry »
Mar 1, 2010 at 6:14 pm, Charlene C. Gyurko PhD,RN,CNE
As part of a three-year grant received by Purdue University Calumet’s School of Nursing to put the entire graduate program online, the Primary Investigators determined that instruction would be well suited to be put into the podcast format. With the use of iPod Touches provided by the grant, the podcast format allowed the students real time learning, flexibility, and mobility in their instruction. As a result, a podcast lab was created and implemented. Read the rest of this entry »
Jan 29, 2009 at 3:01 pm, TTIX Committee
Instructors consider personal interaction to be the most valuable element of the teaching and learning process. This presentation will demonstrate how the 21st century online learning environment allows faculty and students to build relationships by combining state-of-the-art interactive technologies such as voice, video, application sharing, polling, and whiteboarding, with traditional best practices of instruction. Read the rest of this entry »
Apr 21, 2008 at 9:09 am, gabezaldivar
This session offers a demonstration of the INTELECOM Online Resources Network, a ground-breaking new service from INTELECOM. A digital content repository of curriculum-based video learning objects, INTELECOM Online organizes video clips by academic discipline and course. The clips are easily importable into online, hybrid, and web-enhanced courses as well as PowerPoint or classroom presentations. INTELECOM Online offers faculty a user-friendly resource to provide students with compelling visual content and to move their classes to the next level. Content for INTELECOM Online draws from INTELECOM’s vast collection of award-winning video in core academic subjects including psychology, sociology, US history, political science, health, oceanography, and philosophy…with new content being added on a regular basis.
-Identify current trends in digital content delivery
-Gain awareness of the INTELECOM Online Resources Network as a digital content repository and how it can be used in online courses.
-Assess the potential benefit of the INTELECOM Online Resources Network at their institution.
-Understand the product features and how to access the service for a no-cost trial or actual implementation.
Gabe Zaldivar has been with INTELECOM for five years. In his capacity as Account Manager, he assists colleges and universities, as well as secondary schools and adult education programs, in the licensing and use of INTELECOM’s instructional courseware. INTELECOM is a leading producer of rich media for education and a non-profit consortium of 31 community colleges in southern California.