Friday, January 25, 2008

A Day In The Life

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On Tuesday I was invited to speak to Alec Couros' eCurriculum and Instruction class; EC&I 831. Alec is a great host. He has an easy comfortable manner and everything went off very smooth in eluminate.

When Alec first asked me to give this talk, a few months back, we discussed what form the presentation might take. After a bit of brainstorming I decided to continue the meme Clarence Fisher started, continued by Doug Belshaw and Dean Shareski, in his K12 Online Keynote presentation.

So, here is my riff on "A Day In The Life." The slides are below. Alec posted a summary of it on the course wiki and the full video and audio recording in Elluminate is available here ... I wonder if there's a way to capture the Eluminate recording in some sort of screencast format?

As always, your questions, concerns, compliments, complaints, confusions and comments are welcomed and encouraged. ;-)

3 comments:

bethg said...
29/1/08 09:24  

Hello Mr. Kuropatwa,

Regarding your Elluminate question: we recommend using Camtasia or any other third-party screen capture tool to create a file format that can be worked with. Let us know if you have any further questions.

Keep on Elluminating!

- Beth, Elluminate Goddess of Communication

Mr. Kuropatwa said...
17/2/08 08:45  

Thanks Beth!

You wouldn't happen to know of a free alternative that's cross platform compatible would you? ;-)

Erica said...
15/3/10 14:51  

Hello Mr. Kuropatwa,

I am currently in Alec's ECOMP 355 class. I liked your slide show. Alec is allowing us to create a video as a reflection of our learning throughout the semester. What online digital storytelling tool would you recommend I use? Visit my blog, http://ericap.edublogs.org/

Learning about learning ...

While walking ...
Best viewed "full screen." (Click on bottom right corner of any video when playing.)

With pictures ...
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Curating discoveries ...


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