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Monday, March 15

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    Youtube, TeacherTube, Flickr, Clip Moon, Vimeo, Hot Share, MySpace, Discovery Education, Videolectures, to name a few.
    Facilitators are using grassroots videos to monitor student behaviors, facilitation strengths and weaknesses, and lesson plan capture. In higher education, instructors can video tape lectures, lab tests, or anything that may be relevant to the course, and easily upload into a PowerPoint presentation, WebtCT or Blackboard learning management system, or webpage for student viewing at a later time.
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    videos are unpublished,self published and independent,
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    there are defiantly grey-areas that needdefinite grey areas to be looked at.consider.
    The future of grassroots video in learning looks to be very interesting, debatable, and perhaps controversial. Technology is getting smaller, faster, and easier to share videos, with hand-held recording and updating devices.
    Billions of grassroots videos are getting viewed each year, and is such a new emerging media that even corporations like Coca-Cola have become involved.
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    Although grassroots videos are a great way to show the students how to do something, for example in physical education, however there are many issues that may occur. Some of those issues include recent budget cuts, lack of technology support, lack of availability of equipment, and controlling content on some sharing sites such as Youtube. There are going to be future shifts in authority – academically, artistically, morally, and ethically. Grassroots videos are unpublished, and independent, so there are defiantly grey-areas that need to be looked at.
    The future of grassroots video in learning looks to be very interesting, debatable, and perhaps controversial. Technology is getting smaller, faster, and easier to share videos, with hand-held recording and updating devices.
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    even corporations are starting to get involved, such as Doritos and Coca-Cola.like Coca-Cola have become involved.
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    1. Do you think that grassroots video is equally effective in all levels of education? Is it more effective for one level than for others? Why?
    Next, we are interested to know what you think about this question.
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    Let’s consider somea couple of the
    In the spirit of collective experience, let’s use an open mic to start with this question.
    1. Do you think that grassroots video is equally effective in all levels of education? Is it more effective for one level than for others? Why?
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    that emerge with grassroots video in education.
    In the spirit of collective experience, let’s use an open mic to start with this question.
    1. Do you think that grassroots video is equally effective in all levels of education? Is it more effective for one level than for others? Why?
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    really highlights the user centric
    In the spirit of collective experience, let’s use an open mic to start with this question.
    1. Do you think that grassroots video is equally effective in all levels of education? Is it more effective for one level than for others? Why?
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    Next, we are interested to know what you think about this question.
    2. What criteria or controls are needed for grassroots video to be effective in learning and teaching?
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    joining us!
    still to decide / synthesis
    N - compare and contrast each level. Choose
    That's a level where grassroots video is most effective? Choose a level it is least effective?
    T - What criteria would you have for assessing the use of a video for learning, whether teacher or learner selected?
    L - 1. Should students be encouraged to view grv on the web as a learning aid?
    L - 2. What kind (if any) of controls should be in place for teachers using grv in their instructional design?
    K - Do you feel that a grassroots lecture video can actually replace having to commute to a university lecture in person? Would you learn more being able to pause, and review important parts of the lecture? Would you miss the student-professor lecture interaction?
    D - Would a lecture video recording a class session be considered a grassroot video? I guess grassroots could be a formal as well as an informal part of the instructional setting.
    wrap!
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