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    Short Videos #1: Writing a Script for Your Video

    September 1, 2020 | Zac Walthall

    NOTE: This is a guide for creating a video that will not require transcriptions or captioning services. This is the first part of a series of blog posts about creating short videos for educational purposes. In this post, we will talk about creating a script for a video. A lot of people hear the word…

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    Compatibility Mode

    August 6, 2020 | Zac Walthall

    Microsoft PowerPoint is a very powerful tool used by lecturers far and wide. Initially released in 1987 as “Presenter,” the program has gone through a variety of changes throughout the years, adding features that allow teachers to engage their audience in new ways. This progress, however, comes with a price. Because the program has existed…

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    Seven Copyright Best Practices for Online Teaching

    July 10, 2020 | Janay White

    Guest Writer: Lisa Ferris, Ed.S., Instructional Designer (OED) Seven Copyright Best Practices for Online Teaching If a video, photo, or document is on the internet, is it OK for faculty to freely use it in their course materials? Answer:  It depends!  Follow these seven best practices to help you legally use resources for your online…

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