I’ve completed an initial draft of the video I plan to use at the start of my MacWorld 2007 presentation on “Safe Blogging to Improve Student Writing.” Full credits are listed on the video’s wiki page. The video is in QuickTime format, so you’ll need free QuickTime player software installed on your computer to view it.
Video link: Safe Classroom Blogging Introductory Video (6 min, 39 sec – 30.3 MB)
- This version was compressed/exported with default “for CD-ROM” settings in iMovie, and therefore will NOT start playback in a web browser until fully downloaded. This link connects to my .Mac iDisk public folder where you can download it.
If you have comments, feedback or suggestions for this introductory video, please let me know by commenting here! Note this video is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 License. Under those terms, feel free to use this for your own presentations and professional development sessions!
(After reviewing this again, I realized it is inaccurate to include text of going on a “world tour” since I’ve just included 3 classrooms that are all from North America. I’ll change that text in the video to reflect a “North American” tour rather than a world tour.)
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