Tag: video


Panopto Express

Super fast. Super easy. Panopto Express works in any browser, with no plug-ins, installs, or sign-ups required, no sharing personal information. Publish it to YouTube or Google Classroom or Download. As you can see from my appearance, I am pushing on, during lockdown learning. Also today – a reminder about the XBOX app Game DVR. Once the…
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7 May ’20 0

Alan Wake – in the classroom (part 6)

In a perfect world I would have photographs and student testimonies to share with you how well the launch went. I am sorry to let you down. You will have to take my word for it and a few analytic snippets I can share with you. I trialled the course with two sets of students.…
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15 Aug ’13 0

XBOX Cabinet- on

Friday, with the first screen mounted, on 3D parts from the printer, we powered up. Here it is, first look at the 4 station, mobile xbox cabinet. Once the cabinet is finished, we will share the plans. Sent with IFTTT

7 Jul ’13 0

Alan Wake – bringing it together (part 5)

It has been a busy few weeks and the project development has slowed down a little. On the plus side, Kelvin has managed to make real headway with the 4 station Xbox cabinet with the help of some sixth formers… … the XBOX station designed and built by students. We used different materials: wood for…
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26 Jun ’13 0

Alan Wake hardware choices (part 4)

Gaming in school – for literacy? Gaming for literacy is not any easy sell to other staff, before you have had a proven track record of success with students, but as they say ‘Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.’ Andre Gide I am by no…
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18 Jun ’13 0

Alan Wake (part 3)

The script for Alan Wake is amazing.  It is even more impressive when the sound effects and background audio adds depth to the experience. Playing on the Xbox just amplified the experience. What is more, I have learnt a little about “script writing” code (no computing code) and the need for space on a script…
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17 Jun ’13 0