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Thomas Harbison and Luke WaltzerCourse blog: Please send emails to both and MW 5:50-7:05 | Classroom: VC 9-170 Office hours: MW 4:00-5:00pm, or by appointment | Office location: 137 E. 25th St., Room 320 Course DescriptionWelcome to Digital History. This course will explore current methods in the field, and also imagine future possibilities. You will study a range of theories of new media and employ them as you collect, analyze, and produce historical scholarship. Learning GoalsUpon completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate familiarity with past and emergent trends in digital history, assess the quality and goals of existing digital history projects, select and deploy a digital toolbox while doing history, and publish historical materials in public spaces while respecting and adhering to the increasingly complex rules of intellectual property rights.

Tools for Using Digital Storytelling in. “I know only one thing about technologies that awaits in the future: We will find ways to tell our stories with them.”

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By Jason Ohler Digital Storytelling is an important 21st century skill we need to be teaching in our classrooms. What is digital storytelling? According to Leslie Rule from Digital Storytelling Association, “Digital Storytelling is the modern expression of the ancient art of storytelling. TEDxGlasgow - Donald Clark - More pedagogic change in 10 years than last 1000 years. Six useful features in YouTube you may have missed... It's easy to upload video to YouTube without noticing some rather nice features hidden away under the bonnet, that will help you enhance your videos and the way they're presented. 1.

Six useful features in YouTube you may have missed...

Annotations Annotations, such as speech bubbles, labels or pauses, can be added to videos at selected points. These are very useful for screencasts created using free software, as you can add simple callouts without putting them through editing software, or for adding hyperlinks and other additional information to your videos. It could be if you have information you think may change frequently (such as contact names, phone numbers, dates etc.) you add these as annotations rather than include them in the video itself, as they are easier to change and you can keep your YouTube URL for the video. The example below is an excellent way annotations have been used creatively - using invisible annotations called 'spotlights' that have been used as a navigation tool between videos. 4.

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If you would like a PDF of the module, or need to obtain a certificate, then please contact Clinical teachers teach diverse groups of learners who are increasingly familiar with learning through an online environment. e-learning provides huge opportunities for enhancing clinical teaching and facilitating communication. However, to be effective, implementing e-learning must be grounded within sound educational approaches. This module explores the role and potential for introducing a range of technologies in clinical teaching, set within the context of a framework of principles for good teaching practice.

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