This is an image of a little experiment I did using a VLC player and Simon Brown's video example of the blokes with the brazing in Step 9 of 31.
I right-clicked the title of Simon's video file and was presented with this URL:
I then went to TinyURL and compressed the URL to:
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Have just received this opportunities notification from NCVER.
I wonder whether there are people out there who might like to make application for exploring the use of a video portfolio tool like Streamfolio in their RPL or workplace assessment projects.
Some decent monies being offered that's for sure.
A short moment ago I recorded what is for me one of the longest episodic refelctions in live video recording since the heady days of installation performance Art I was involved in at Curtin University back in 1996 and 1997.
As I stated in the video, which I have shared across the entire community here, the concept of a paperless skills assessment methodology and authenticated, sustainable and above all engaging context must be rid of the idea that rich media erases the need for... Read full post
I'm very taken with Simon Brown's excellent example of a high definition video that he has loaded showing an Automotive student operating a crankshaft at Mt. Gravvat TAFE.
The loaded video took over three minutes to load on my ADSL 2+ hard wired internet connection here in Orange. The video itself is excellent. What I'm keen to now chase is what drawn down rate are we on and what we can do to afford to supply playback of the video without taking the following steps;
I select the... Read full post
Well....here I am here in the home office in Orange, NSW Australia building the ELGG Community website and blogging inside while I'm building at the same time.
Geoff is in Sydney attending the #elearning10 event and I will be connecting with him through the day.
What an awesome platform and what a great step forward for Streamfolio. Many thanks to Leo, Kien and the Brightcookie team for making this all possible. Your hard work is certainly appreciated and it will be very interesting to grow... Read full post