Posted by Zak Mensah on Wednesday 30 March 2011
Vimeo, a popular online video service, has just released an iphone app that lets you view, manage and edit video from your phone or ipad.
If you use vimeo and have an iphone 4 or ipad please let is know if this app has been useful. We'll be giving this a try very soon and will report back.
With news that Warner Bros. and Facebook are to distribute films online (in competition with the likes of LoveFilm and Netflix), the recent launch of the UK film industry’s “Moments Worth Paying For” campaign, and the end of the consultation period for the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property and Growth, the legality of sharing films online has been getting a lot of press recently. What are the implications of illegal film downloads for teaching and learning, and research?
Posted by Zak Mensah on Friday 18 March 2011
Tags: tips |
These tips, tricks and resources will help you learn new things, find helpful resources and make you more productive.
Posted by Zak Mensah on Tuesday 15 March 2011
Tags: event |
As well as speaking at the JISC Conference 2011 (14th - 15th Mar) we have a contribution to the Virtual Goody bag.
As a photographer I have never found the camera stuffed into most mobile phones to be a deal breaker. Whenever I have bought a new phone I have tested the camera, but have always found it lacking. After a recent phone upgrade I thought I should repeat my usual test on the camera, this was mainly to confirm my firmly entrenched prejudices.
TEDTalks recently gave the stage to Salman Khan to talk about how video is used in the development of the Khan Academy's online assessment programme.
Posted by Zak Mensah on Tuesday 08 March 2011
Adobe Labs has just announced a new tool nicknamed "Wallaby" that allows you to convert your Flash FLA files into HTML5.
Posted by Steve Hull on Monday 07 March 2011
Tags: e-learning |
Wikispaces, a web-based company that creates scalable Wiki environments, has announced that it is providing free wikis for any higher education purposes (note that Wikispaces uses the term "higher education" in the North American sense which includes both HE and FE).
The ‘College of Production’ site, recently launched by the BBC, aims to provide practical advice on all aspects of TV, radio and online production, and looks set to become an asset to educational practitioners as well as its target audience - trainee broadcasters.