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This screencast will show you how to embed a video clip into your PDF. You will need Adobe Acrobat Pro to embed video (and an extended version if you have different file formats for the video clips). To view the video click on the link below (for larger view) or click on the player below:
Google Books allows for you to search and preview millions of books from libraries and publishers worldwide. You can scan and search books and magazines on any topic that you can think of. It also provides a link if you would like to purchase the book. Now you can take a preview of the book (say you want to show students a book you would like for them to purchase or show them a certain page in an article), and embed it into your website or your blog. The embed code works with iframes. All you need to do is click on the book, then click Link on the top right of the book. Copy the iframe code and paste it into your website or blog (in code editing mode). Now you can scroll or zoom in or out of the book pages. It’s better than pasting a non interactive link on your site. To learn more click on the link below:
Here is a brief video tutorial (with audio) that will walk you through the process of embedding a YouTube video up on your Blackboard course. You can view the tutorial below. If you would like to view the video in a new window, click on the following link: http://www.screencast.com/t/lrXguiK9XGt
If you were unable to attend our workshop on 2/18/2009 in East Pyne, here’s the slide show that was presented. The workshop was called Video Clips and YouTube: Using Video in your Blackboard Site.If you see anything you would like to know more about, please contact us and we can set up a one-on-one session.