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Richard Byrne on Making Videos on the Web

Richard Byrne just birthed another of his wonderful gifts for teachers!  Don’t miss Making Videos on the Web: A Guide for Teachers, and share it with your deparment, your faculty, your PLN!

Making Videos on the Web – A Guide for Teachers

In his latest ebook, Richard discusses: copyright, Creative Commons, creating audio tracks, resources for creating animated  video, finding images and sounds, creating documentaries, creating full-length video, screencasting, and strategies for sharing student work.

Wondering just how you might be able to share this great tool?  Richard generously advises:

Whenever I publish a guide like this I get questions about reusing it. In short, yes you can share it with others. Feel free to embed it on your own blog or website provided that you don’t require users to register for a fee based or free membership or subscription to access the content. Please leave all links to Free Technology for Teachers intact. You may also print this guide and distribute it for professional development purposes. Again I ask that you do not charge anyone for the guide and that you distribute the guide in its entirety.

Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza


  1. Cathy Nelson says:

    Oh yeah, Richard Byrne rocks.

  2. Richard Byrne says:

    Hi Joyce,
    Thank you for sharing my newest creation with all of your awesome readers.

    Thank you.


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