Constructing Digital Commonplace Texts Using Diigo, VoiceThread, VideoAnt, and YouTube Annotations the Classroom

Presenter: Richard Beach
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Presentation Title: Constructing Digital Commonplace Texts Using Diigo, VoiceThread, VideoAnt, and YouTube Annotations the Classroom

Presentation Description: This presentation describes the use of Diigo, VoiceThread, VideoAnt, and YouTube Annotations to add annotations to texts, images, and videos to create digital commonplace texts.


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https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1nppNBZUBpSzIou1ubVIzsA-iqiXLa6xqS4v3DPlEfGk&hl=en

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2 Responses to “Constructing Digital Commonplace Texts Using Diigo, VoiceThread, VideoAnt, and YouTube Annotations the Classroom”

  1. This instructional piece was very informative and will be useful when I try a few of these things with the flip camera in class. Thanks for the information and I hope to have the success you did with the annotations and the videos.

  2. Eileen D. says:

    I like the idea of students being able to share thought on a particular subject or piece of work through this process of being able to share annotations.Students are able to get emails of the work created by the body of students of which they themselves participated. I think this is a great form of communication as well as a great learning tool.The students can learn from each other. Through the Voice Thread students can comment and share about videos using YouTube which is very popular with kids to begin with. I believe these forms of expression are/can be useful working with students in that their interests are not only shared but can be expanded upon in a less intimidating was…I look forward to trying these techniques in the near future.

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