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Monday, August 21, 2006

Instructional video has a new home - Videojug

The thinking person's YouTube | | CNET

In looking at the use of video - particular in a VET/VTE context, my feeling is that one of the most beneficial applications is in the realm of the instructional video.

Next to having someone there in person to show you how to fit that washer or swing that golf club (ok, probably less of an education application but I found it pretty useful :), video allows for a range of different angles and speeds of particular actions.

This site (Videojug) - like most web 2.0 sites it seems - is currently in beta but already has a fair selection of content and also appears fairly easy to submit material to.

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Blogger Oscar at World's End said...

Take a look again; after a couple of months the site's blooming; good stuff on dogs and cats just posted. And because of video plus voice plus text, great for anyone learning English.

Sunday, November 12, 2006 5:35:00 AM

Blogger laurie01 said...

Videos recently have a great use especially for entertainment. Perhaps, instructional videos are used by the media, for their expertise to be advertised.

Thursday, August 20, 2009 2:36:00 PM


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