Video Sharing – UMaine at Farmington

November 4th, 2011

The advent of video sharing sites have made communicating through moving images almost effortless. These sites allow users to upload video and share it with the public at large or invited guests. Most video sharing sites also enable other types of social communication such as text/audio/video commenting, like/disklike-based voting systems, profiles, traversal through profile connections, as well as many more.

  1. Smogul
    November 7th, 2011 at 11:43 | #1

    If we are going to promote video sharing, shouldn’t we teach students how to share in the arena where it will have the most impact – not necessarily the most hits, rather, the right hits – remembering audience.

  2. Anonymous
    November 7th, 2011 at 11:59 | #2

    Lots of video sharing sites are blocked. We talked quite a bit about why they might blocked.nnHave policies against publishing student work. n-Why? Distraction and possible questionable content.nnWe talked about why to even participate in video sharing. We said mostly because it gives you the potential for an authentic audience.nnIt’s hard to get away from perception that “things are bad” for kids. nnn

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