A great guide to the 25 best online resources for finding free educational videos. With the exception of BrainPOP and Cosmeo, all listed sites offer their extensive video libraries for free.
A selection of links to sites which deal with Youtube videos.
YouTube just added 3,000 free movies to its on-demand service. There are a lot of great documentaries and academic-oriented movies that will surely help make summer come just that much faster.
Enjoy this list of 12 alternatives dedicated to sustaining all of those amazing classroom activities that the Flip Camera has made possible. Ever since the Cisco announcement to discontinue the manufacturing of the Flip on April 12, 2011, I have …
There are many ways and devices that you can use to access video on the net but each requires a specific format of video. Meet vid.ly, a web service that promises to do all the hard work for you, so
From instructional and how-to videos to videos from more than 100 institutions of higher education around the US, this post lists 25 of the best places to scout for instructional videos.
RadBox is a useful web app that lets you bookmark web videos from all the popular sites to a common queue. You can then watch these videos later from one central location.
This online spreadsheet lists 875 TEDTalks, with handy links to each individual video. This evolving Google doc will give you access to more than 265 hours of “riveting talks by remarkable people.” Because the page is updated on a regular
A compilation of the best videos foe educators in 2010 according to Larry Ferlazzo.
Video produced by universities, major television networks and organizations all provide entertaining and enlightening shows, lectures and films that can enhance learning experiences for students of all ages. The following top 40 sources for open courseware videos (meaning they are
Wax 2.0 is video creation software that comes from the creator of Wink (which lets you make awesome Flash-based product demos) who is dedicated to ensuring that anyone can start authoring their own videos. You can use Wax 2.0 to
A collection of 13 videos on Moodle and a few other great documents for your reference. A great resource for all Moodlers!
The City University of London (web:http://www.city.ac.uk) posted four videos of interviews with it’s own Moodle using staff members. It’s a keen insight to the various levels of early adoption you might see on any campus moving away from another Learning
A nice collection of training videos for teachers.