- TurningPoint is offering webinars this week on clickers, student response, polling, and more. Read more here: ow.ly/l67AX 2 hours ago
- WIC staff representing at the #SALT2013 Conference today! Presentations on videos at 10:30am and mobile apps at 3:15pm. @PennSALT 3 days ago
- Want to enhance your PowerPoint presentation with video? Learn how at our #wicshop today, 11am to Noon: ow.ly/kGjmF 3 days ago
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“Provocative, forward thinking, excellent examples given.” We’re happy to announce that the storify, videos and feedback from the 2012 Engaging Students through Technology Symposium are now online! You’ll find separate videos for each of the four faculty speakers (Al Filreis, … Continue reading
Want to make your resume stand out from the rest? That’s what Wharton student Alice Lee decided to do when she created an interactive website as her application to work with image editing/social photography/all around cool app Instagram.
The lab has many free resources for the Penn community for converting media. We can convert from : dvd, vhs, c-vhs, mini dv, cassette tape, 35mm film, 35mm slides, and vinyl record. From time to time we do get questions … Continue reading
TimeScapes 4K from Tom Lowe I came across this video called TimeScapes yesterday. It is basically a demo video showing off the capabilities of 4K technology. 4K is a term we might see popping up more frequently and simply put … Continue reading
Thanks to Jesse for this 90-second video walk-through of how to reserve the equipment we lend from here in the lab. You can make your reservation at http://checkout.sas.upenn.edu.
Starting today YouTube is introducing the option to upload your videos with a Creative Commons license. This will allow other users to legally sample your work to create their own mashups and musings. This is great news! Check out more … Continue reading
Check out this great video for the Penn Fund, created by self-described “resident awesome lab attendant” Rico Moorer for UTv. Shot on a Canon 60D and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro. Want something equally as awesome for YOUR student group? … Continue reading
Development and Alumni Relations created this video called “Penn Stepping Up,” featuring our own Chase Irwin and the Pennyloafers (and I saw some footage in there of former lab consultant Neal Behr, too!) Check out it:
Cool commercial for Google’s Chrome web browser. These speed tests were filmed at actual web page rendering times. If you’re interested in the technical details, click on the video to go to the YouTube video page and read the video … Continue reading
Aaron Ludwig, a sophomore animation student at Brigham Young University, has won the first-ever Sparky Awards Peoples’ Choice prize for his short film, “Clueless Discovery.” The video was voted the best by students and others everywhere in an open online … Continue reading