Students video premiere on aftered.tv

by | Friday, October 10, 2008

This just in. Leigh Wolf just informed me that a video created by three of her students this past summer accepted by AfterEd – a web-based video channel produced by EdLab at Teachers College, Columbia University. New content is published weekly, including news, documentary, and editorial segments.

The video titled 10 Things you can do with Online Applications, created by Amy Pietrowski, Paul Lacey, and Reece Lennon, will premiere at 12:00 PM EST and will also be a part of After Ed’s EdLounge weekly screening this week at 4:30 p.m. at Teachers College Library, Columbia University.

Check it out at aftered.tv

Topics related to this post: Art | Creativity | Design | Good | Bad Design | Learning | News | Teaching | Technology | TPACK | Video

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