Today I had an opportunity to spend the morning with Dr. Gerald Knezek visiting with educators in Irving ISD. There are lots of things to share which I’m thinking about now as a result of our conversations, but since I don’t have time to write them in a post at present I recorded a twelve minute video reflection. My students in “Computers in the Classroom” tomorrow are going to participate in a video scavenger hunt using Flip video cameras, so I thought it would be valuable to experiment some more with the camera myself. This video was recorded with a Flip UltraHD camcorder. The 12 minute clip was 412 MB. I did not edit or compress it before uploading to YouTube. It took a LONG time (over an hour I think) to transcode to Flash format on YouTube.
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- Ideas for a Flip Camera Video Scavenger Hunt - 2010
- Bob Sprankle's Reflections on our Podcasting Journeys in Podcast 100 - 2009
- Reflections after watching an engaged digital learner - 2009
- OKC WordPress User's Group Meeting - Oct 2009 - 2009
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