Do you want your students to add a transcription to their videos? We’ve often had students do this in EAP 603 for a presentation project and have usually utilized iMovie for that process, but there is a new easier way to do it with YouTube’s tools. Continue reading YouTube and Transcriptions
You’ve recorded all of your student presentations and you want your students to see them. Read this tutorial to learn how to get them onto OLLy quickly and in an organized manner. Continue reading Student Presentations on YouTube/OLLy
Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. ~Confucius
I remember having my textbook, an audio cassette, and a boombox. That’s all I needed to teach my class. Continue reading Audio/Video Resources – Where are They?
You just recorded all of your class presentations and now you’re going nuts trying to figure out what to do with that video. You may be having trouble with playing the video, copying the video, or moving the video to somewhere that makes sense. You’re feeling frustrated, but don’t go overboard and throw that camcorder to the ground resulting in something that looks like this: Continue reading Managing Video for Your EAP Class
Eric found a great, simple, practical way to record videos for a practice presentation, a video response, or a video letter if you get a camera from us. This will record both video AND audio. It even has funhouse features for those who can’t look at themselves without an artistic effect (caution your students against this if you care). Continue reading Photo Booth Demo