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Discontinuation of VHS Support at Reed / YouTube to VHS 🎊

Notices have appeared in the various media labs around campus: Reed is discontinuing all VHS support, beginning this Fall. The news has come without fanfare, and those who did see the signs were, in all likelihood, even more surprised to … finish reading Discontinuation of VHS Support at Reed / YouTube to VHS 🎊

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Screencasting Tips

Screenflow is great for screencasting, but this grab bag of tips can be applied to any screencasting scenario (there’s loads of free screencast software on the web as well). Quicktime can also do screencasting.

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Annotating or captioning media

Our new media server has the ability to annotate or caption media, such as audio or video. This can be helpful in a number of ways.

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Shoot a film with our new iPad filmmaking case!

As an instructional technologist for performing arts my job is multifaceted. One of the aspect of my job is to look for emerging technologies that could be relevant to education within the performing arts; another aspect is to look for … finish reading Shoot a film with our new iPad filmmaking case!

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One stop video capture, edit and finished project on the iPad

Say you need to make a video for a class, a short rough of a performance idea for a theatre project, some dance choreography, a video capture to be used in a multimedia project you move into software on the … finish reading One stop video capture, edit and finished project on the iPad

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Code the Youtube URL for class use

Before I knew this trick, I always felt I had to be the Youtube police for my class. Ideally I would play only the videos I intended to play, and turn down all the other requests from students (well, at least … finish reading Code the Youtube URL for class use

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Welcome to the Performing Arts Resource Center

Hello. I’d like to introduce myself. I’m Joe Janiga, the Instructional Technologist for Performing Arts at Reed. In my first post I would like to introduce you to specialized rooms and the hardware within them at the Performing Arts Resource … finish reading Welcome to the Performing Arts Resource Center

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Knowmia

  Knowmia.com has a collection of over 8,000 videos. It is designed mostly for high school teaching and learning, but I do find the Chinese language collection to be beneficial to our students. The reason I recommend the Chinese… Continue reading

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