Storage and Distribution Overview

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Media storage options at SFU

  • WebDAV            a few GB
  • fraser.sfu.ca            1GB
  • canvas.sfu.ca          5GB

Alternatives in ‘the cloud’

  • Dropbox
  • Google drive
  • Amazon Cloud
  • Microsoft Skydrive
  • Apple iCloud

Media distribution options

  • Public access (Kaltura, Youtube)
    • Everyone on the Internet can view your asset
    • Streaming vs download
  • Secure access (Canvas)
    • Password protected
    • SFU users only
    • SFU course users only

A link to our 2013 EdMedia conference presentation

Good morning,

It looks like the iTunes Store has reviewed and approved our newest iBook!

The team choose, instead of the standard PowerPoint or even Prezi approach to presenting, to develop an iBook that would compliment our best practice presentation at the 2013 EdMedia World Conference.

You can download the free book through the iTune Store here.

 

Educational Media distribution and you

Learning Objective: Map learner-centered options, for your course, for accessing/distributing media

Mobilizing Media

  • What should you support?  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)…  Do you have to build 4 versions of your media/app?
  • HTML5 is as an answer to our ‘build it once and it will work for all devices’ goal.
  • Demo how to distribute video via HTML5

Push vs. pull

Web 2.0 technologies provide teachers with new ways to engage students, and even allow student participation on a global level.
Web 2.0 technologies provide teachers with new ways to engage students, and even allow student participation on a global level.
  • Web 2.0 a term coined in 1999, this refers to the Internet as a place where things get done, as opposed to places where you go to read stuff.
  • Using RSS vs visiting websites vs email vs carrier pigeons ( Google Reader, Feedly, Rolio, The Old Reader, )
  • RSS for courses in action ( French 215- D100, ds106 ,)

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Open Educational Media

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This post contains all teaching materials and outline for a the 1 hr. workshop on Open Educational materials. All material in this post were obtained freely on the open web, and similarly, all materials posted on this site, have been made freely available using a Creative Commons license.

Learning Objective: Identify potential sources of open educational resources (OER’s) well suited to your curriculum

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