So there are “the one” and “the other” Links.
The “one” Link is when the Link is opened in the existing window at least if you don’t want your visitor to leave your Blog. This type of Link will close your Blog, open the Link and after some more clicks your premier visitor won’t find the way back to your blog –> one lost visitor !
The “other” Link is when the Link is opened in a new window.
Your visitor can search for the desired information in the opened Link and can return to your Blog with no big effort.
Therefor make sure you used the right typ of Link!
In the End everyone has to decide what kind of Links he want to use.
So this is a little help for myself to remember how some technical or tricky things on edublogs are done,
but it can also be a little help for everyone else who may read this.
Let us start!
Its easiest to embed a multimedia data like a video a picture via a HTML-Code (HTML-Tag).
Therefore you first have to save your muldimedia data online here you have more than one possibility:
1. upload it directly to your Blog
2. upload it to an online service that fits your data for example for:
Sometimes you have to sign in first!
3. next step : find the HTML Code for embeding your data, copy it and paste it to the the HTML Code of your
Blog Post. There you simply have to decide where exactly your data schould be integratet.
4. Here is a little example how to embed a video:
After uploading the video go to the symbol “embed” at the top.
copy the code!
paste it to your Blog Post
and publish it or save it for later by useing one of the shown buttons:
You made it!
Here you see a small Video to
IS a VLE ?”
A Video of a PLE comes later!
Don’t know how to embed a video/multimedia data ? Click
For further informations about what was done during the seminar “
Premises of virtual Learning” in SS08
check out our
Like some allready wrote, it was a really big fun!
Big Thanks to Jonas and to our seminar head Ralf.
I was surprised that, apart from some little technical problems, it all worked quite good.
Especially the “Acrobat Connect” software was amazing cause of all the possibilities it offers or at least “would” offer if it would have worked well through the hole time.
But I think all of us got a good idea about how such an online session could be done. Thanks for that.
And now one of my
You think it looks quite similar to the
You are right, it’s also the desk but this time with my
ready to surf, to look for informations online,
to use VLE’s or to learn online with other students.
Ok. Here we have one of my prefered
It’s simply my desk but somehow I feel quite comfortable
with it and can spend hours learning on it
(mainly with books, paper and such old fashioned things)
To all of you, who have now become more interested in Podcasts, this might be quite interesting:
Create your own Podcast
And by the way, to all members of the first group, you did very well in my opinion, especially you had the hardest part being the first ones who were forced to do your presentation.
Today we did your video recordings at the campus, durings the next days we’ ll try out what’s possible with
“Final Cut Pro” and hope your “video-schnipsel” will start to take shape.
We also searched for some freeware which offers the possibility to record PC activities,
we found two different free-/sharewares:
during the next days we will see which is the better one and will post your experiences here.