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A. How To Use YouTube in the Classroom
     I. Edutopia: http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-youtube-teaching-video

B. Benefits of Using YouTube in College Classrooms
      I. Article from the Columbia College newspaper
               i. http://www.columbiamissourian.com/stories/2007/09/24/youtube-
                  gains-popularity-teaching-tool-college-cla/
      II. Schools such as Cal-Berkley have posted entire course lectures on YouTube
               i. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21122405/ns/technology_and_science-
                  internet/
      III. Shakespeare & YouTube: Bringing old text back to life
               i. http://www.lomonico.com/documents/TeachingShakespearewithYouTub
                  e.pdf

C. Useful Teaching Websites Using YouTube
      I. Education channel: http://www.youtube.com/education
               i. Resource within YouTube strictly focused on sharing video resources with
                  educational focus (filters out potentially irrelevant videos)
      II. News and Politics channel: http://www.youtube.com/news
      III. TeacherTube: http://www.teachertube.com/
      IV. BlipTV: http://blip.tv/
      V. YouTube Associated Press channel:
           http://www.youtube.com/user/associatedpress
      VI. YouTube U of M channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/UniversityofMinn
      VII. 100 Best YouTube videos for teachers
           http://www.classroom20.com/profiles/blogs/649749:BlogPost:177332

D. Fair Use
       I. http://www.videomaker.com/article/14261/
       II. http://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2007/09/04/why-fair-use-suffers-on-youtube/

E. Digital archives of vintage TV ads
       I. Duke University Library collection:
            http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adviews/
       II. Classic TV Ads: http://www.classictvads.com/
       III. TV Party: http://www.tvparty.com/vaultcomsp.html
       IV. Internet Archive moving images archive: http://www.archive.org/details/movies




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F. Search engine for material licensed under Creative Commons:
   http://search.creativecommons.org/

G. Storage:
      I. UMN Media Mill stores film and offers private or selective access based on x500
          numbers. http://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/

H. Editing and production:
       I. Zamzar, for free online file conversion: http://www.zamzar.com/
       II. Freemake, a video converter and editor:
            http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/
       III. DownloadHelper, a Firefox extension that converts media:
            https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3006/versions/
       IV. YouTube video editor, for splicing together uploaded clips:
            http://www.youtube.com/editor?popart=681928
       V. Windows Live Movie Maker: http://explore.live.com/windows-live-movie-maker
       VI. Get the plugin to save to YouTube-friendly format:
            http://blogs.msdn.com/b/pix/archive/2008/09/17/plug_2d00_ins.aspx
       VII. Free Video Editing Tools: Guide To The Best Software And Web-Based Services:
            http://www.masternewmedia.org/free-video-editing-tools-guide-to-the-best-
            software-and-web-based-services/
       VIII.        KeepVid, for downloading streaming videos: http://keepvid.com/
       IX. Photo Filmstrip, for free photo-based “movies” (Windows/Linux):
            http://www.photofilmstrip.org/1-1-Home.html
       X. PhotoLapse, for stitching images into a time-lapse sequence:
            http://home.hccnet.nl/s.vd.palen/index.html
       XI. Xtranormal: text-to-video website: http://www.xtranormal.com/

I. Pedagogical/Feminist examples:
      I. Digital Ethnography by Michael Wesch:
           http://mediatedcultures.net/youtube.htm
      II. Show clips to class which provide a brief background to the popularity and
           relevance of YouTube as a significant source of culture
      III. Enculturation journal’s 2010 issue “Video and Participatory Cultures: Writing,
           Rhetoric, Performance, and the Tube”. http://enculturation.gmu.edu/video-
           and-participatory-cultures
      IV. Feminist Frequency: http://www.feministfrequency.com/
      V. Feministing video site: http://video.feministing.com



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