No plugin needed. Following the steps:
- Step 1. Open the YouTube video webpage. (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mgmayMSESI)
- Step 2. Add “ss” without the quotation marks in front of the youtube in the URL (g.g. https://www.ssyoutube.com/watch?v=0mgmayMSESI)
- Step 3. It will open a new window called savefrom.net. Just patiently wait for the download button is showed up, and choose the appropriate video solution, and click the download button.
Screen captured from savefrom.net
Be aware of the copyright of the video.
ISS extends working hours to 7:00pm on every Thursday for faculty who can’t make to the campus during the work time. Please feel free to contact us for individual consultation at your convenience. We’re looking forward to working with you!
The following Add-ons will help you make a good use of Google Drive applications.
FormLimiter: One faculty asked me whether Google From could be shut off when it hits a max number of responses. FormLimiter is a free add-on for this purpose. Not only that, it can close the form at the specific date and time, or when a spreadsheet cell contains a specified value.
Form Notification: This add-on allows you to set up the email notification to the creator of the form and/or send short, customized reply emails to the Form submitter. This will be very helpful to add the virtual meeting room information for our Webinars.
Add Reminders: This add-on is for Google Sheets, which allows you to send the reminder messages and email address on a specific date.
EasyBib: This add-on allows you to easily create a bibliography for your research paper by entering the titles or URLs. Format citation could be MLA, APA, Chicago and others.
Tag Cloud Generator: This add-on creates a tag cloud in the side car from you Google Docs document, which helps you to identify the emerging theme.
This is the report conducted by The New America Foundation on online learning in the community colleges. It is posted on Scribd by Richard Sebastian.
New America Foundation | Community College Online
Nilson, L. (2007). The Graphic Syllabus and the Outcomes Map: Communicating Your Course . Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA.
Content curation is a new concept for our information exploded society. It is the process of seeking through the vast information on the web and making sense of the information through organizing, sorting, and arranging. At the end, the author will need to share it with their community. The key is content curation is not about collecting links but putting them into a meaningful way with organization, annotation and presentation.
in today’s world, the skill of how to find, make sens and share content is critical skill, which helps us stay informed. Scoop.It is a terrific tool for people to discover, curate and publish content. Get a free account and check it out.
Use Office Mix to create interactive lessons that students can review at home, reserving class time for group discussions or focusing on the difficult material. Enhance your PowerPoint by inserting voice overs, add a movie/live website, or include a poll/quiz.
Please contact ISS for training.
At the beginning of the Spring semester, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) hosts the Power Up Your Pedagogy (PUP) Conference. This conference is by faculty and for faculty. This year CETL presents the 10th Annual PUP!
This year, one of the keynote speakers Dr. José Antonio Bowen, the Author of Teaching Naked gave a fabulous speech. I can’t agree more on his ” College is about preparing the mind for the unknown. Teach Naked. Change a Mind.” Faculty should be a “cognitive coach” instead of professor, which customizing the teaching to meet different students’ needs by encouraging, assessing, guiding the students learning. Here is the link to his handouts. You might want to take a look at his website at: http://teachingnaked.com/
This year, two faculty member and I teamed up and gave a very successful presentation at PUP. Jennifer Sovine and Edward Zuniga are two faculty members who have integrated the iPads into their classroom use. They have shared their experience and challenges. We are looking forward to the more collaboration in the near future.
As always, Instructional Support Services are here to work with you, faculty and staff members. Please stop by our office or contact us as you need.
“You can’t get back time you’ve spent, but you can make decisions today that save you time tomorrow. ”
A Chrome extension called “Time is Money” displays the number of hours your would have to work in order to have enough money to purchase any product online.
How to get this extension:
- Go to Chrome web store and find “Time is Money“
- Install the extension on your Chrome by clicking Free button
- An icon will display on your browser tool bar
- When you view a product listed with a price, click that icon and the time information will be displayed next to the price.
This extension could be used for the business courses.
If you have created an infographic for your class, you might find it is hard to print it out for your students. Or maybe you have a great poster that you want to print it out for your office but you don’t have access to printers that can handle poster-sized paper. Now, with Block Poster, you can use your standard letter-size printers to print out each section and put them together to make your own poster. Sounds cool?
Please check it out this free and very easy web services for your posters.
Step 1: Upload your high quality image
Step 2: Slice your image at Block Poster site
Step 3: Download images and print them from your standard letter-size printer
Step 4: Put images together to make your own poster
Please check their website at: http://www.blockposters.com/