One subject that was mentioned during the face to face Copyright workshop was how to cite a Creative Commons image for print media. Fortunately Creative Commons has provided guidelines for the best practices in using Creative Commons licensing. They’ve also… Read more ›
Copyright is a factor that must be taken into consideration when using already produced content for your course. Creative Commons provides an easy resource for content that is licensed for you to use. Visit https://creativecommons.org/education for more information.
During a workshop on using video with Blackboard the question came up about how to embed Microsoft PowerPoint presentations in your Blackboard shell and still retain all the media elements. SlideShare can be problematic, especially with narrated presentations utilizing audio… Read more ›
The eLive public server is going away, so you may want to download and convert any old eLive recordings that you want to keep. Here is a slideshow that we use in our Collaborate Publish workshop that will guide you… Read more ›
Using a webcam to record yourself can be an exercise in frustration without the proper webcam software. In our Instructor Presence workshop we recommend using Screencast-o-matic to control your webcam. Just be sure to turn off screen recording and make… Read more ›
Using video in Blackboard can be very rewarding but also very frustrating. So many file types! Which one works best? What if I’m stuck with the wrong kind of file? One of the easiest solutions that we have come across… Read more ›