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Embracing Open Pedagogy - SUNY OER Services

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Open Pedagogy is a commitment to learner-driven education AND a process to shape teaching approaches and use tools for learning that enable the learners to contribute by creating and sharing learning content.   Embracing Open Pedagogy - SUNY OER Services

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Pocket was developed to help people save interesting articles, videos and more from the web for later enjoyment. Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device — phone, tablet or computer. It is free and available for major devices and platforms including iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, Kobo, Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, and Windows. It is integrated into current versions of Firefox and there are browser extensions for other browsers such as Chrome. One of its more unique features is that it gives you a clean look at the documents you save minus the advertisements and other extras. That makes it easier to print and share.   Pocket   A Review of Pocket Chrome Browser Extension & Android App Keywords: Collaboration, Lifelong Learning, Presentations, Productivity Tools, Resource Library  


YouTube - Automatic transcriber

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Converting the audio content of a digital file into text can be done through YouTube. Audio is converted automatically to text using Google speech recognition in YouTube. After uploading a video file, YouTube processes the video (time depends on the length of the video) and subtitles or closed captions are automatically generated. The speech portion of your video will be transformed into closed captions that are displayed in the video player when viewers use the CC button. Below are links to explanations of how to use the transcription function in YouTube.   How to transcribe video file into text with YouTube   Video explanation of how to transcribe with YouTube   Related resources: YouTube – Edit Captions YouTube - Contribute Captions and Translated Content in YouTube   Keywords: accessibility, podcasts, video, transcript, captioning