Welcome to the new LearningCall.com For years, this site served as the hub for a Technology Integrated Language Learning Course that was taught at Busan University of Foreign Studies. That course is no longer active, but you might find some of the resources useful.
There are an ever-growing number of online tools and resources related to reading material and digital storytelling. This week, your task is to check out and experiment with some of these. Remember to Diigo anything you find potentially useful.
Michael Wesch is a professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University. I first became aware of his YouTube videos in 2007 when I was webcasting away at EdTechTalk. They look ancient now, but at the time, his ‘The Machine is Us/ing Us and A Vision of Students Today were pretty cutting edge.
In any event, he just published a video with some useful ideas and resources for teachers who are producing videos for online learning.
Our goal this week: Gather some ‘go to’ sites for finding copyright friendly materials that can be used in our teaching – online and off. Please check out and review some of the sites below and suggest others by commenting.
Copyright-friendly sources of video, audio, & images mentioned in his video
The ‘Already Done’ (hopefully) List TD#1 Lesson Plan completed (including materials and links) TD#1 Self-Assessment TD#1 TTPKitchen Post Up-to-date ER Log Up-to-date Personal Quizlet Add Possible Projects to the TTP2020 Trello Board. TILL Skills Currently Serving… Use Diigo to bookmark sites of interest from the audio and video guides. Use a screencapture tool like Debut, … Read more
PRESENTATIONS Wondering how to publish a Google Presentation on a blog?Check out the Google Presentations Guide Looking for other sources of online presentations?Go to the Presentations Guide. Watch the video Check the links of interest Find a Slideshare presentation of interest and post it on your blog. Create a basic Google Presentation and post it on … Read more