Tag: video

Video Tools in Blackboard Learn Can Help Enhance Your Course

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013


For faculty looking to create videos to provide supplemental instruction to students, there may be questions on how to effectively deliver the videos to students. There are three important considerations when creating videos for your students: Blackboard Learn has a size quota in place for each individual course site, which could easily be exceeded if […]

Interactive Video

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013


When instructors are redesigning their courses to engage students in active learning, passively watching video clips isn’t a great pedagogy. Interactive video technique could be adopted to blend interaction and linear video. YouTube has Video Annotations feature for instructors to add interactive commentary to their own videos. It allows instructors to “add background information about the […]

Creating Mobile-Ready Videos

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011


As bandwidth and computer technologies improve for the general consumer, it is becoming more and more apparent that online options for support, training, and course work will continue to increase in demand.  In the past, online course materials have, out of the necessity of bandwidth limitations, been offered in general print-ready formats as well as […]

Adding Captions/Subtitles to Your Video and Audio in PowerPoint

Friday, April 29th, 2011


Tips for Using the Subtitling Text Add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft recently made STAMP (Subtitling Text Add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010) available as a free public beta. STAMP makes it possible to add closed captions to video and audio files in your PowerPoint 2010 presentations. You can create captions yourself within PowerPoint, or import […]

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