Composing educational resources/Finding, creating and publishing video
- Websites to find video (Note - not all videos on these sites are usable in OER):
- Vidipedia - the free video encyclopedia that anyone can edit
- Video Lectures - On demand and free video from the worlds leading scientists
- TeacherTube - Videos for teachers by teachers
- Archive.org - Olden style videos, with an increasing number of new ones
- Blip.tv -
- Sclipo - Broadcast your skills
- Expert Village - How to videos
- Youtube - A lot of video
- Sutree - Collecting how to videos from many other sites
- Graspr - Instructional videos
- Scivee - Research published on video
- Videojug - Explaining videos
- Making video more accessible - what about people who don't have broadband, or who can't hear, or who need it in text?
- Tutorials for making videos - Windows and Macintosh
- KinoDV - Editor for GNU Linux
- Websites to remix video - with the necessary bandwidth, web based editors can solve the problem of not having video editing software on your own computer.
- Find a video that you find useful from one or more of the sites listed above and embed the video in your blog. Embedding video is a simple way of displaying a video from one of the sites directly in your blog. When you find a video, look for the "embed" code and copy paste it to your blog.
- Create your own 3-5 minute video and post it to Blip.tv and Youtube and then embed it on your blog
- Post that same video to Dotsub and use that service to create subtitles for your video. Embed the new subtitled video on your blog
- Many videos on the sites listed above do not offer copy rights for the videos they offer, or they do not give users the option to use open licensing like Creative Commons. Some of these sites do however! Write a post on your blog that points out the video sites that do contain openly licensed videos and suggest a process that you might go through to negotiate the open use of videos that you find that do not already have open license rights.