Editor’s note: I’m a big fan of the Open Culture blog, especially for its lists of useful and entertaining resources. This one is no exception.
Editor’s note: A very useful and practical guide to creating visual content across networks.
Editor’s note: This is the digital handout from the Learning Technologies conference session on video. Great tips and resources here.
Editor’s note: If you are an eLearning Guild member you can see all of this article, if not you get a taster for why interactive video could be a game changer for learning content. Rather than consume you interact.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor’s series on ideas that never saw the light of day looks at video stories – includes a great example.
Editor’s note: This big study shows how our TV consumption is changing – great insights here.
Dr Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist, discusses how pictures, videos and images help us understand…
Editor’s note: ‘Fluent’, TED-style talks on video are good for learning. Here’s how. Thanks to Judith Christian-Carter for sharing.
Editor’s note: Great resource on big data including a range of videos covering topics such as crowd sourcing and personal data.
Editor’s note: A film on deception and why we deceive – is it just a part of the human condition?
Editor’s note: A rich resource here – all the videos and slide decks from the Learning Technologies 2013 conference sessions.
How effective are science videos at helping viewers learn more? Derek Muller talks through the…
Editor’s note: A great list of videos from Larry Ferlazzo – wide ranging too. Whether it’s Bloom or Khan, there will be something worth watching.
Editor’s note: Youtube has launched an app – Youtube Capture – that enables you to shoot, edit and share video footage. Looks simple to use and very useful for creating better quality films.
Editor’s note: Khan Academy has added to it’s iPad app with an iPhone and iPod app – providing access (bot not interactivity) with its thousands of videos.