An example of Viddler’s time-line commenting capabilities in Mark Pesce‘s 2008 talk, Hyperpolitics (American Style). Please watch this 25 minute video.
YouTube has recently made available auto-captioning for your videos you’ve uploaded to YouTube and we’ll see in today’s readings two different perspectives on this latest Google innovation. Educause’s 7 Things You Should About Social Bookmarking offers a basic overview for educators and its article on calibrated peer review might be of particular interest to those of you teaching W courses or working in large lecture courses. I’d like you to read the comments posted by members of last semester’s course. What connections do you make as a result of their comments? What does this progress mean to you in light of our previous readings, discussions and your own evolving pedagogical philosophy and practice?