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Using Flickr as an online classroom - Case study

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Material Type: Workshop and Training Material
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: November 25, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 08, 2014
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Submitter : Simon McIntyre

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Download the supporting PDF file for this episode http://bit.ly/989e9Y from the Learning to Teach Online project website.This Learning to Teach Online http://bit.ly/d18ac5 case study aims to give you a basic understanding of the website http://flickr.com, by explaining how Lynette Zeeng from Swinburne University of Technology used... More

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altc, watson, mcintyre, karin, camera, community, image, learning, education, ltto, case study, teach, photography, online, training, flickr, elearning, lynette, cofa, simon, unsw, zeeng, swinburne

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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School, High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional
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Language: English
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This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia

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Avatar for Buddy Ethridge
1 week ago

Buddy Ethridge (Staff)

I enjoyed the video, but the lack of captioning might hinder its use by instructors in the United States. As I am not fully versed in the Australian laws and regulations regarding the need for captioning, this might not be an issue for the contributor.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for Brenda Boyd
1 year ago

Brenda Boyd (Administrator)

Case study explains how flickr sites were used to share and critique images online. Overcoming the fear of the technology enabled the faculty member to open up a new way of sharing and increased the amount of feedback on the images. Other advantages include lessening environmental impact by students using chemicals to print their images and saving students money because they don't have to purchase paper and chemicals for making images.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for Jeri Mrazek
1 year ago

Jeri Mrazek (Faculty)

The presentation in the use of Flickr as an online classroom was very inspiring!  The ideas shared could be applied to other visual arts.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

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