Keah Cunningham

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WeVideo

wevideo

WeVideo is a web-based video editor.  You can upload video, image and audio files, and then optionally add in text, transitions, effects or a recorded narration using its built-in recording device.  WeVideo allows you to collaborate with other people on a video project and also lets you easily post your video creations to Facebook, Twitter …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/wevideo/

KeepVid

KeepVid

KeepVid is a website that allows you to download videos from YouTube, Vimeo and other popular streaming video sites.  Simply type in the URL of the video in the blue box and click on the Download button (also in the blue box).  You can also optionally search for a keyword and then click on the …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/keepvid/

Vodburner

Vodburner

Vodburner is a free* Windows-based program that allows you to record Skype video calls.  The program features a built-in video editor that allows you to choose which video is displayed (“your side,” “their side,” or both sides) during playback and optionally add text, images and sound files to the video as well. *The free version lasts for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/software/vodburner/

Screencast-O-Matic

Screencast-O-Matic

Screencast-O-Matic is a free web-based application that allows you to record your computer screen and microphone or webcam and then optionally add annotations to the recording (commonly called a “screencast”).  Screencast-O-Matic is entirely web-based and runs on Java, which means that as long as you have Java installed on your computer, nothing else needs to …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/screencast-o-matic/

360 Cities

360cities

360Cities has a large collection of 360 degree panoramic photographs from around the world.  There is a little bit of everything: day shots, night shots, exteriors, interiors.  Here is one view of the Duomo in Florence as an example.  The site features a search in the upper right hand corner of the page that allows …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/virtual-tours/360-cities/

Myna (Aviary Suite’s Audio Editor)

myna

Myna is a web-based audio editor that is included in Aviary’s collection of media-editing applications.  Using Myna, students can record and edit their voices and optionally add in music and sound effects.  Students do need to register for a free account to be able to save their recordings or “mixdown” (i.e. download) them to their …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/myna-aviary-suites-audio-editor/

Ge.tt

Ge.tt

Ge.tt is a great way to publish and share files.  Simply select the file(s) you want to share and then copy the URL that Ge.tt creates.  That’s it!  Ge.tt is great for sharing large files that do not contain sensitive information.  It allows you to share files quickly and easily without having to clog up …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/ge-tt/

LiveMinutes

liveminutes

LiveMinutes is a free web conferencing platform that allows students to share a document (.ppt, .xls, .doc) or a virtual whiteboard and discuss it in real-time using in-browser audio and video or Skype.  Users can also optionally upload documents straight from their Dropbox or Box accounts. After the meeting is complete, LiveMinutes creates a PDF …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/liveminutes/

Projeqt

Projeqt

Projeqt is an innovative presentation tool that can be used for digital story telling.  Its ability to combine and structure dynamic content sources such as live RSS or Twitter feeds with photos, videos, audio and text from some of the most popular web services (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Soundcloud, Flickr, etc.) allows students to abandon …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/projeqt/

EGARC’s YouTube Channel

EGARC YouTube

One of the great things about EGARC is its collection of approximately 12,000 audio and video items in over 60 languages; many of these items are full-length feature films on DVD.  All KU faculty, staff and students are welcome to check out DVDs in our collection for free.  Simply browse our online catalog, and come …

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