Learning 2.0: Video Sites …

Oh, I think that this is and will continue to be a big element in the library’s impact via 2.0 stuff. Video is one of the great educational media delivery methods. YouTube and other sites are creating excellent low cost models that would allow us to deliver such video training, etc. We need to be up on this and aware of everything that is good and useful to use for our purposes.

That said, my kids and I love to share goofy, silly videos that we find with each other. Here is something that I found awhile back that you might find funny.

Published by: Matt

Personally -- Family man with a lovely wife & 3 great kids. Animal lover who currently cares for and lives with Ollie (dog), Shaggy (rabbit), Libby, Helen, Suzy, Allison & Abby (chickens) and occasionally Thea (dog). Enjoy Creating, Learning, Reading, Doodling & Drawing. Love to go for walks around town, in the woods and out in the country. Professionally -- I work as a psychotherapist (http://www.gullettcounseling.com/) and a professional academic librarian (https://theseattleschool.edu/faculty-staff/directory/gullett-matt/). Current Learning -- Myth and Story as a way of deep knowing with Dr. Martin Shaw (http://drmartinshaw.com/) Instructional Design and Technology (https://www.edx.org/micromasters/instructional-design-technology) Telemental Health (https://telementalhealthtraining.com/)

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