LanguageTube.org is a blog that has a collection of YouTube videos posted on different language lessons that you can watch. The languages that are currently on there are Chinese, French, German, Korean, Russian and Thai languages. You can check out the videos by clicking on the link below:
BubblePLY is a web based service that allows for you to add comment bubbles (in different shapes), subtitles, images, clipart, and even a webcam feed over different sections of a YouTube video. You can use this service to circle something on a video and add a comment box (maybe a vocab review in another language) or add subtitles to a foreign clip. It’s super easy to use. You can sign up for a free account to save your BubblePLY videos. Another great thing about the service is that it allows for you to embed the video into a website or quick post it to different services like Facebook, Blogger, Live Spaces, and much more. To take a look at the service (which you can demo without signing up) 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.
Did you ever find a video on YouTube that you wanted to show to your class? Did you ever want to put that video right inside your Blackboard course so your student never have to leave your course to view the video? Did you ever click on a link to a YouTube video and it was the wrong link?
This QuickStart Guide will walk you through the process of embedding a YouTube video right inside your Blackboard course. This will help engage students in a different way via your Blackboard course and they don’t to go to the YouTube site to view it.
Click on the link below to view the PDF: