CALI Conf 2008: Nuts and Bolts of Using MediaNotes

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Gene Koo demonstrates how to use MediaNotes, a tool for annotating video, to improve skills learning in the classroom. Step-by-step instructions help you make immediate use of this software. Gene will also give suggestions on setting up low-cost video recording, and you will have the chance to exchange your ideas with peers. Recommended for skills instructors and IT/AV support staff.

You don’t need expensive equipment for video of student practice courses.  Most students already have very powerful videorecording equipment: a laptop.  Top of the line webcam costs ca. $150; you can pay a lot less.  Low cost, low overhead, easy to use.

Once you’re recorded your video, use MediaNotes to annotate and critique student performance.

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About James G. Milles

Professor of Law, SUNY Buffalo Law School

Posted on June 19, 2008, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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