1. TPACK 101

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    from Clare Kilbane / Added

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    This video/enhanced podcast describes TPACK--a useful conceptual model for understanding the complex interplay of professional knowledge domains during a teacher's integration of technology with classroom practice. For more information visit http://www.tpack.org

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    • 21st Century Catechetical Leader: Serving, Ministering, and Evangelizing in a Digital Culture

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      from Caroline Cerveny / Added

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      A presentation that was delivered on Thursday, January 12, 2012 at St. James Parish for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Technology Day "Gigs, Geeks, & God."

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      • Media Capture 3 of 3: Workflow & Delivery

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        from Academic Technology / Added

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        This video tutorial is part three of three that demonstrate how our office does media capture and takes rich media content from a classroom to the Web. Part three is the workflow and delivery of rich media content to iTunes U. This tutorial will demonstrate how we post-produce video content and connect it to students.

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        • 10 Web Tools to Make Learning in Your Class Even Better! Presented by Adam Bellow of eduTecher

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          from AdamBellow / Added

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          This is a video run-through of the presentation I am making at ISTE10. It will be taking place Tuesday, June 29th at 11:00 in Denver (Room 403/404)

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          • How To Set Up A SmartBoard

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            from AdamBellow / Added

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            A video that takes you step-by-step on how to set up a SmartBoard.

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            • Extreme Makeover: Online Course Edition

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              from Michelle Pacansky-Brock / Added

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              A portion of a panel presentation I gave at the 14th Annual Sloan-C International Conference in Online Learning in Orlando, FL on November 5, 2008. My presentation includes an overview of the revision I took my online class through to transform it from a flat, text-based learning experience to a visual, learner-centered learning environment resulting in increased community, student-generated content and instructor presence.

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              • A Seminar with Matthias Ruth: Regional Responses to Energy Supply and Climate Change Challenges

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                from UVM Continuing Education / Added

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                Matthias Ruth, Ph. D. "Regional Responses to Energy Supply and Climate Change Challenges" 1/26/11 Chittenden Room, Davis Center The extensive research, teaching and service activities of Dr. Matthias Ruth are all motivated by the belief that an understanding of complex environmental issues requires integration of insights from the engineering, natural, social and health sciences as well as active dialog across the science-society divide. A pioneer in the field of ecological economics and industrial ecology, Dr. Ruth combines his interdisciplinary background in economics, geography, engineering, and biology to conduct basic and applied research on non-renewable and renewable resource use, industrial and infrastructure systems analysis, and environmental economics and policy. Much of that research is informed by active collaboration with decision makers - all in an effort to contribute to society's handling of complex environmental challenges, and with the goal of advancing research methods and tools in the process. Dr. Matthias Ruth holds the Roy F. Weston Chair in Natural Economics at the School of Public Policy, University of Maryland where he is the Director of the Environmental Policy Program, Co-Director of the Engineering and Public Policy Program, and Professor of Environmental Economics and Policy. His research focuses on dynamic modeling of non-renewable and renewable resource use, industrial and infrastructure systems analysis, and environmental economics and policy. He teaches nationally and internationally courses and seminars on microeconomics and policy analysis, ecological economics, industrial ecology and dynamic modeling at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels, and on occasion conducts short courses for decision makers in industry and policy. This video is a production of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, an affiliate of the Rubenstein School for Environment & Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. The Gund Institute is a transdisciplinary research, teaching, and service organization focused on developing integrative solutions to society's most pressing problems. We conduct integrative research and service-learning projects on a broad range of topics, offer hands-on learning through our problem-solving workshops and courses, develop online teaching resources and international collaborations through metacourses, and support professional and graduate education through our Graduate Certificates in Ecological Economics and Ecological Design. Learn more about the Gund community of students, scholars and practioners by exploring our news, publications, and video archives, then contact us to help us build a sustainable, widely shared quality of life. For more information on Matthias Ruth, visit http://www.cier.umd.edu/mruth.html and for the Gund Institute, visit: http://www.uvm.edu/giee/

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                • Beyond Educational Technology: Learning Innovations in a Connected World

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                  Diana Rhoten, conference chair for the 2012 Digital Media and Learning Conference, explains the urgency of the conference theme - "Beyond Educational Technology: Learning Innovations in a Connected World" - and sub-themes: democratizing learning; innovations for public education; reimagining media; and "making, tinkering, remixing." The conference will be held March 1-3, 2012 in San Francisco, California. The conference is supported by the MacArthur Foundation and organized by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub located at the University of California's systemwide Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine. More details about the DML2012 Conference and call for papers can be found at the conference website: http://dml2012.dmlcentral.net. Diana is interviewed in this video by Howard Rheingold, a cyberculture pioneer, social media innovator, and author of "Smart Mobs."

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                  • Technology Tips for Religious Educators

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                    from Ave Maria Press / Added

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                    Technology is changing fast. With so many new developments in e-textbooks, websites, software, apps, and online resources, it is easy for teachers to get overwhelmed. Jared Dees, the Digital Publishing Specialist at Ave Maria Press, as he provides a series of tips and teaching strategies for using technology in the classroom. Some of the tools that are introduced include: etextbooks, PowerPoint, SMARTBoard, Animoto, Screenr, Camstudio, Audacity, YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, and Evernote.

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                    • "I'm An Author!" with First Author Writing Software

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                      from DonJohnstonInc / Added

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                      Meet some of the newest authors from Warren Woods Middle School and Bovenschen School in Warren, Michigan as they share their excitement about what they're doing with our latest writing tool -- First Author Writing Software. Every student is an author with First Author Writing Software. Learn more: http://www.donjohnston.com/firstauthorsoftware

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