Video presentation options

Other Options for Presentations (and Some Tips on Doing Research)

At a request of a faculty member, I have been researching some video presentation options beyond the standard MS PowerPoint presentation. I began my research in Google Docs (Google Drive). If you have never done it, you should at least give it a shot. You will like it. In fact, you may like the Research Tool  enough to share…

Viral videos as assignments

What if students created viral videos as course projects?

It might just work! Sure, writing papers is academically significant and is a way to demonstrate understanding, analysis, and such. No question that putting together a website is collaborative and there are opportunities to make changes after peers offer feedback on the project. But, what if good videos carried a good message – and through…

How to deliver a good presentation

Video Everywhere & How to Deliver a Good Speech

Giving a Great Speech… One of the skills good social workers have is advocating for their clients in a persuasive and coherent manner. In the business world, it’s also important to be able to deliver a good presentation. Blackboard offers a tool, Video Everywhere, which allows students to record their presentations and testimonials. If you…

Images You Can Use in Your Course or Project Without Breaking the Copyright Law*

Well, we are no strangers to taking advantage of efficiencies, so we are proudly presenting someone else’s handiwork here, for you may find it hugely helpful. This article in The Chronicle of Higher Education  explains how to filter your image search results in Google Search based on rights to reuse. As some of your current courses are moving into a project work phase, you…