The 10 Most Important Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers YouTube is packed full of educational stuff to share with students. It is usually our first choice when thinking about video resources online. It is true that YouTube interface is not student friendly particularly with the annoying ads and sometimes irrelevant and indecent content on the list of the featured videos but thanks to web technologies , we can now use these awesome tools to easily control the content that is displayed on YouTube and make it educationally relevant platform for our students. The other thing that YouTube offers for us in education and that is of high importance to teachers and educators is YouTube Channels.
Top 9 TED Talks on Information Overload 1inShare We are living in age of Big Data.We are constantly inundated by all kinds of information and from different and varied sources. No human beings before us ever dealt with the this amount of information we are dealing with now. Information overload is the first consequences of our constant exposure to too much information. Clay A, Johnson made a solid and convincing point about this phenomenon when he proposed The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption
指定看Youtube的開始時間與結束時間 This is a tutorial on how to link to only a certain Part of Youtube video from a specific starting point to end point. You may ask why should I link to only a part of a Youtube video? Let’s say you were watching a Youtube and found a particular scene amusing and wanted to share just that scene with your friends. Usually, when you share a link, your friends will be forced to see the whole video from beginning to end and they may not have the patience to go to the scene. Sometimes in your blog, you may want to redirect your viewers only to a certain part of a video. You can do all these things using the below method. What is the World Wide Web? - Twila Camp Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, a hypermedia platform that harnesses the powers of the Internet to connect anything together – people, files, ideas, communities. He wrote a book called Weaving the Web, in which he talks about the freedom that this ability to connect things together gives us. He is also the director of the World Wide Web Consortium, which does the important work of guiding the development of the web through web standards. Although Tim Berners-Lee is the father of the World Wide Web, he does not profit from it the way other inventors profit from their inventions.
Outils X-Ray Goggles allow you to see the building blocks that make up websites on the internet. Activate the goggles to inspect the code behind any webpage, then remix elements with a single click, swapping in your own text, images and more. You can build: a custom homepage for the New York Times an alternate version of a controversial webpage a funny remix of your best friend's favorite site and more!
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ouLearn on YouTube Take a look at a selection of BBC and The Open University co-productions from the past year, including ‘Old School with The Hairy Bikers’, ‘Countdown to Life: The Extraordinary Making of You’, ‘The Prosecutors’, ‘Exodus’, ‘Building Cars Live’ and ‘The Hunt’. The OU has worked with the BBC for half a century, find out more about our broadcast co-productions and more here TV and radio programmes from The Open The BBC And The OU: Inspiring For more like this subscribe to the Open University Study free at The Open