Canadian eLearning 2007 Video Party Playlist

Here’s the playlist Brian and I used for our presentation during the Canadian eLearning 2007 conference welcome reception on Tuesday evening. I’ll try to compress a version of the presentation with our clip selections (we only showed short clips from many of the videos) but I won’t get a chance to do that until the weekend.

intro

  1. who the hell are we, and what the hell are we doing there?
  2. Brief riff on new abundance of online video and DIY creativity in era of YouTube
  3. Intro clip of Guy Caballero, followed by SCTV’s Hinterland Who’s Who, followed by the Crack Spider version.
  4. Overview of Online video awards

changing nature of education

  1. Ken Robinson – TED Talks 2004
  2. Spare Me My Life! Cultural values implicit in instruction

web 2.0

  1. Doug Engelbart- The Demo
  2. Apple’s Knowledge Navigator Video
  3. Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us
  4. 2014 EPIC, by Google
  5. Le Grand Content – information visualization

Hallucinatory Interlude:

  1. Safe tripping

creative commons and open content

  1. Creative Commons – Wanna Work Together?
  2. A Fair(y) Use Tale
  3. The Future is Open

mashups

  1. Rick Noblenski- Blasting Caps Expert and Wiki Advocate – an edu. reuse of old content
  2. Winnie the Pooh meets Apocalypse Now
  3. The Shining Recut
  4. Monty Trek
  5. Instructional Video: Mash-up made from instructional videos

7 thoughts on “Canadian eLearning 2007 Video Party Playlist

  1. I think those went over pretty well. The APoohcalypse Now and Shining mashup/remixes actually got applause.

    I punked out, and forgot to deliver my subversive one-liner that was my motivation for showing mashups – if this is what people can do with content illegally, imagine what they can do if you encourage them by using creative commons?

    doh.

  2. Please do. One tip, though – the line is much more powerful when you can remember to actually deliver it… I’m still working on that part… 😉

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