One Minute Tip: YouTube Favorites
Welcome to the premier episode of One Minute Tip. I hope you’ll find these tips helpful. If you do, please comment below. Thanks.
Looking past limits – Weekend Viewing
Its time for a new search story
Weekend Viewing – July 17, 2010
Here are some videos that are longer than 2 minutes that you may like to view when you have some extra time on your hands. People Don’t Want Your WHAT. They Want Your WHY Charlene Li on Open Leadership: How to Win By Letting Go – Part 1 of 3 The WordPress vs. Thesis Debate…
YouTube Finally Lets People Choose Their Size
Want to embed that YouTube video, but the default sizes are too big for your template? Now YouTube lets you choose your size. Just go to you favorite video page and click on “embed” and you can now enter in the desired width and height.
Grandmother’s Guide to Video Chat
Even though my grandmother won’t go near a computer, maybe someone else’s relatives can benefit from using Google Video Chat. . Posted via email from nextSTEPH’s posterous
What’s Your Search Story?
Here’s mine, what’s yours? Create your own Search Story Video Creator. Thanks to Outspoken Media for the inspiration.
Students Using Video as Part of Application Process
A while ago, I wrote a post about how colleges are using videos for recruitment. Some students are responding by submitting videos as part of their college applications. Read more about Students Using Youtube To Impress Colleges.
Ivy League College steps up the game for video in admissions
Unless you haven’t seen the news lately, Yale’s admissions video, That’s Why I Chose Yale had hit the mainstream. Most of us in Higher Ed have been growing aware of the use of video and how it aids in the admissions process. We all have been diligently adding videos to our websites, blogs, twitter and…
When the Cable TV goes down
Recently, my cable tv went down. I won’t go into the 5W’s of the cable situation, however, I will tell you what I have done to pass the time: