Digital Video

Linking to Digital Video Content

In a PowerPoint or word document or excel document or even in your flip chart program.
You can hyper link any word to a web address and click on the word to open a new browser window with the web address.
In a wiki you can upload the file to your file box and add the file to your page. If it has player code it will also play on your page. If it does not have a player in the file then students can download the file and view it in the windows media player or in iTunes.

Embedding Digital Video

into Wikispaces, Pageflakes, Blogs
Use the Copy the embedded code that looks like ..... <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object> ....copy the crazy looking code (called and enbed code) and paste it into the widget... SAVE and Woot .. you have video!
Place it on a web space that has the ability to read embeddable widgets.

Flip Camera Videos

You can shoot video using a digital video camera or a Flip Camera and embedded it in your wiki

Downloading Digital Video

You can use a tool like Real player to house digital content. Please be aware that as a teacher you have a limited right called fair use to this video. The current guidelines encourage you to use or show the downloaded video with a given amount of time.

Use of Video Podcast

The Video Podcast that can be found through resources like iTunes carry a different set of licensing agreements. These are meant for you to download, use and store. The only problem is storage space. You will need to be aware of the amount of space the videos take on your hard drive on in your server drive.

Creating Video Podcast

You can also create a podcast and upload them to the CV Podcast Server

Resources for Digital Video

Discovery Education Video is a streaming web service that the district and the IU #13 have purchased. This contract gives you rights to the content of the site for the length of the agreement.

News Video

Common Craft Video Open Source with Creative Commons Licensing for free for non-profit, educational institutions.... For Profit groups are asked to pay the fee associated with this category of service.

What are your rights as a teacher to use Digital Video in your classroom?
What are your right to store downloaded Video for future use?
Where can you purchase Video for future use with rights for the classroom?