Teaching and Learning with Technology

Sharing Multimedia

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Here is short video of a one of my son’s piano concert at Christmas time. I used a flip camera to record this video and uploaded it to YouTube.

The following is a screencast describing instructions on how to link to TED Talk resources in an online course. This video was part of a larger tutorial I created for the faculty with whom I work.  I used Camtasia Studio to produce and edit this video. The entire tutorial is in Viddler.

If you would like to share a video, a Flickr photostream, or a podcast, you are welcome to do so, and it would be great! Please click to leave a comment and enter the link to your media there.

Written by ngrassini

March 11, 2013 at 2:53 pm

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  1. Norma! Wow! Your son, whom I assume was ten years old at the time from doing some light math, played the piano quite well! I was most impressed with the fact that the had his music on the piano, but never really looked at it. He played rather fluently from memory and quite expressively. Also, his descending scale technique with the elbow up and the thumb cross was smooth and connected, quite on the way to a Mozartean technique. Is he still playing? I hope so. I am guessing you helped him out? Do you and he work well together musically? I know a lot of my music teacher friends never teach their own children because they find it too tenuous a situation in which to put their relationships with their children.

    Drue Bullington

    March 10, 2016 at 2:45 pm

  2. Hi Norma! This is Rachel Buckley! While I do not know all the technical terms for what your son is doing, I love music and this was beautiful! I took piano lessons for only a few short years when I was younger and seeing this, makes me wish I would have stuck with it! Even though I do not currently play any instruments, I love music and singing and do consider a voice to be a great musical instrument! Thank you for sharing this and congratulations on the talents of your son!


    March 12, 2016 at 5:47 am

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    March 13, 2016 at 6:43 pm

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