Come by Friday @ 1pm: online video sharing // present & future

Youtube and Beyond in attendance
Photo courtesy of the Rambling Librarian

From this Thursday’s Social Network/ing Week in Toronto, I’ll be back on Friday at UB’s Teaching and Learning Center (where I work) to run a workshop entitled “Online video sharing: present and future“.

If you guys recall back in June, I gave a similar workshop under a snazzier title: “Youtube and Beyond” (watch video blog / read workshop wiki). This will be an updated version…

Online video sharing: present and future
Date: Friday, 2nd November 2007
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Location: TLC, 212 Capen Hall, North campus

This session is for anyone who wants to get started with sharing videos online. Explore the world of free video sharing services, learn tips to producing great video for web, and look into the future of online videos.

For this newer workshop, I hope to prepare video encoding guides for the various video sharing services out there, including Youtube, Viddler, Vimeo and so on. I’ll share them here as well of course.

The Teaching and Learning Center typically caters to faculty and staff (and not the general public). If you’re in Buffalo, you can try registering here as a guest and just indicate “Invited by Kevin”. The registration system should automatically cap the no. of sign-ups so we’ll have space. For friends on the other side of this planet, I’ll try to livecast this…

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