Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
brian kelly - who has been writing a string of good posts recently - looks at using video to support presentations. for my own part, I rarely use a video during a presentation (because I never know what to do while it's playing, I just stand there and fidget). But I often record presentations and use video to support my work generally. In this case, Kelly responds to a suggestion from Andy Powell that amateur video production is so bad that video "is a nice gimmick (in this case) but no more." Kelly Responds, "But should we leave video production to the experts? I don't think so, but your view may differ." To me, what we are seeing reminds me of the early days of HTML, when some web pages were just awful. We rarely see that any mare - not because people became better HTML programmers, but because the tools made HTML programming unnecessary. The same will be true of video.

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