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Multiple Literacies & Web 2.0

ShaZam! Multiple Literacies in the 21st Century School Library

Talkminer

Talk Miner - Search the Contents of Video Lessons

Talk Miner - Search the Contents of Video Lessons | Eclectic Technology | Scoop.it

"The web is full of webinars, webcasts, and video lessons of all types. Searching the content of those videos can be difficult and time-consuming if you can't find the transcripts of those videos..Talk Miner is a tool for searching the contents of webinars, webcasts, and video lectures. Talk Miner searches the slides, images, and text within videos to take you to the scenes that match your search query."

There is a video that describes how Talk Miner works in this post.

Music and Emotion Through Time

Stories: Legacies of Who We Are (History & English)

Science - How Life Begins in the Deep Ocean

Science - 5 Fingers of Evolution

Science - Physics:Folding Paper to Reach the Moon

Science -Just How Small Is an Atom

Links for Value Added TED Talks & You Tube

This  looks like a great idea for any of you who regularly watch Ted Talks or any YouTube clip and want to value add.  If you follow this link and click on the word lesson underlined in red, you can see what one educator has done.  Quite nifty.

And this is the link to tell you how to do the above two things.

YouTube Tips for Finding the Right Moment

Finding the right moment (and many more YouTube tricks)

Posted by joycevalenza on April 19th, 2012

YouTube is the largest video repository known to (wo)man. The global looking glass has changed the way we view and share news, culture, politics, our world.  It’s changed the way we learn, both formally and informally.

Sometimes we don’t manage this monster of content as powerfully as we might.  Though there are many others, here are an assortment of tips and tricks that may improve your YouTube experience, because .  . .

1. Sometimes, when you present at a conference, or professional development event, or when you help a student share video in a project, you need to cue up that very right YouTube second.

Deep Links to the rescue!  YouTube’s Deep Links allows you to start a video precisely at the section you need.

To create a Deep Links:

  1. Locate the video you wish to share
  2. In the video information section (the grey box to the right of the video), copy the text located in the ‘URL’ box.
  3. Click the ‘Share’ tab (located below the video).
  4. Paste in the text you copied from the URL box into the message. This text is the video’s URL.
  5. Go to the end of the URL and add the time code for the specific time in the video you’d like the viewer to start watching.

For example, if you’d like the viewer to start watching the video at one minute and forty-five seconds into the video, you’d add the following time code to the end of the URL: #t=1m45s . The URL with the Deep Link should appear this way:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc9xq-TVyHI#t=01m45s

1.5 Oh my!  I just noticed this new Start at feature under Share >Options that appears under the YouTube video itself!

2. But sometimes you need a section in the middle of a video.  TubeChop is handy for those times when just starting the video later is not enough.  You want to chop a specific section, and you also want to embed that section in a blog, wiki, website.

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