Posted by Zak Mensah on Wednesday 27 April 2011
The service website contains lots of collections, some of which are free to all whilst others will be available pending your institutions subcription.
In my initial test I was able to log-in via federated access to watch a video of mist passing over the Golden Gate bridge and then download the clip (in either WMV or ogg Theora formats).
I look forward to seeing how the service develops particularly as I was a usability test subject ahead of the launch.
Cisco, the owner of Pure Digital Technologies which makes the Flip pocket camcorder, has announced that it is shutting down the Flip business.
Posted by Zak Mensah on Monday 11 April 2011
Posted by Zak Mensah on Friday 08 April 2011
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This week Stephen Gray had a short news piece over at JISC reviewing our recent speaking session at the JISC Conference 2011.
A simple way to help retrieve a lost or stolen mobile device is to create a custom home screen with contact instructions for the 'finder'.
Over at the Loughborough University E-learning Blog they have recently shared a 19min talk by Professor Chris Szejnmann (Head of History) sharing his experience of using affordable video cameras (the flip camera) to provide feedback.