A recent study developed by BCcampus found that instructors cited videos as the type of Open Educational resource they used most often in their courses. Video can involve considerable production time and expense, and finding, adopting and remixing openly licensed videos for a course can not only save time and money, it can allow you to include a variety of engaging content for your course.
For this activity you will find a Creative Commons licensed video on YouTube and remix it. When you are finished, license and share the new YouTube video using the comment box below.
To find a CC Licensed video: Go to Youtube and search for a video. Once the results appear click on the Filter button and select Creative Commons. A list of videos that are Creative Commons licensed will appear. Click on Show More and Remix to use the video editor.
To Remix the video: Sign into your YouTube account. If you do not have an account use the credentials below. See the instruction to here to learn how to edit the video directly in YouTube.
Edit the video, add effects and search Creative Commons Licensed videos and add them to the timeline. When you have finished this click Create to publish your new video. Don’t forget to add a new CC License to the video.
An example of a simple remix created using the YouTube editor.
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After you do this assignment, please share it with the comment below so it can appear with other responses. If your response exists at a publicly viewable URL, you can add the information in the box below.
Image Credit: Image used on featured image: On Videotape by Mitchell Joyce (CC by NC 2.0)