An "eClip" is a pre-recording produced as a single computer file. It may include a variety of media elements: sound, images, text, etc. A "brief hybrid workshop" is an activity usually less than 15 minutes that includes the use of one or more Internet-accessible eClips AND some other files, activities, documents, plans, guidelines, etc. It is intended to help a group of people produce or learn how to do something useful to them. Participants usually interact with each other and with a leader/presenter/facilitator during the activity. Steve Gilbert from the TLT Group is leading an effort to develop eClips and Brief Hybrid Worshops. See: http://www.tltgroup.org/TLT5.htm
A combination of written and online resources to enable you to produce your first, simple Web-accessible "eClip" as quickly and painlessly as possible. Once you have done so, you will be much better prepared to set your own realistic goals, ask useful questions, and specify the additional help you need to develop eClips and brief hybrid workshops (or brief hybrid teaching/learning modules) that fit your educational needs, goals, and resources.
Narrated 5 minute workshop that includes slides, speaker notes, attachments to relevant resources. Topics covered include: (1) what and how we collaborate and why those strategies don't work well, (2) what students want in collaborative projects, (3) programs that facilitate virtual collaboration, and (4) an introduction to Google Docs & Spreadsheets and how it addresses needs in collaborative projects. Prepared in Articulate Presenter. 4:59 in length.
A short video summarizing some of the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like, and what kinds of changes they will experience in their lifetime. Created by Michael Wesch in collaboration with 200 students at Kansas State University
Dr. Joseph Trimble organizes his seminars and small classes to build on people's fundamental need to connect with others. To accomplish this objective, he has students participate in a series of activities and projects that emphasize their strengths as well as the importance of working with others in small group settings.
A 10-minute video describing the 7 Sensibilities that Differentiate Virtual Social Worlds from other interactive media and makes the argument that these sensibilities provide us with unprecedented freedom to create true experential learning opportunities.
This 5-minute video is a description of a new way to think about delivering content to faculty for faculty development efforts. Instead of thinking of HOW to deliver content, you are enouraged to think about a variety of ways in a hope to reach most of your faculty.