Category Archives: YouTube

BookTubers

I recently put out a call to various people and groups on Twitter for recommendations for booktubers. Booktubers, contrary to what you may think, are not literary rhizomes. Now that I have that root vegetable joke out of my system, … Continue reading

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Animoto

There is very little to be said about Animoto that is not already on their website but here goes… What is it? Animoto is a fremium website that creates videos out of your photos and video clips, sets them to … Continue reading

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Student YouTubers

Aitken College has some very enthusiastic film-makers and vloggers who are putting their stuff up on YouTube. Some of you might recognise the people behind Effective Fayul from your classes: Others might know the owner of Quiet Space: These kids have … Continue reading

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Aitken College on YouTube

Aitken College has made its official YouTube debut! Thanks to Joyce and Michael and their students for sending through these video. Joyce’s kids take us on a tour of the Melbourne Zoo in Indonesian. The students did everything here from … Continue reading

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Finding video resources online

For online educational video resources (and clips of people falling over) you can’t beat YouTube. I know there are lots of other sources like Vimeo, TeacherTube and so on but this post is unapologetically YouTube biased. Of course, the easiest way … Continue reading

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YouTube: AitkenOnline

Aitken College on YouTube Aitken College has a YouTube channel!!! How do I get there? To access the channel, go to the following URL: http://www.youtube.com/aitkenonline Contributing to the channel If you have anything that you would like me to publish … Continue reading

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Make a movie using Movie Maker

In earlier posts I have discussed creating video content and uploading it to the web, now it’s time to look at how to make it watchable. Computers in the school have a program on them called Movie Maker. This is … Continue reading

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