Monthly Archive: April 2011

Apr 26

Using Copyright-friendly Images Effectively in Presentations

Yesterday on April 25, 2011, I shared a workshop for faculty and staff at Western Oklahoma State College in Altus titled, “Using Copyright-friendly Images Effectively in Presentations.” The recorded audio from this workshop is available in two parts on my secondary “Fuel for Educational Change Agents” podcast channel. (part 1 and part 2) Referenced resources …

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Apr 15

Tips for adding images to Custom Google Maps

I received an email this evening from a participant in my half-day workshop, “GeoApps for Learning: Google Maps and Google Earth,” which I presented in early March at the Heartland eLearning Conference. He is running into trouble getting his students to add images to their shared, custom Google Map. These are a few tips I …

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Apr 11

Finger Puppet Videography with the iPad2: Lessons Learned

Today in our fifth grade Sunday school class, we used my iPad2 to shoot short finger puppet videos. Two students edited the six episodes into a single, three minute video using iMovie for iPad after class. That editing process took about ten minutes. I directly uploaded the edited video to Vimeo from iMovie for iPad, …

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