Week 6: Internet Skills, html code and embedded Videos

By taking the internet skill test, I found that I had most of the right answers but I couldn’t remember the URL to find an old version of a current website…

It is always useful to know basic html commands, especially to identify how a website is coded, but in practice, an instructional designer has limited use of writing html code due to the existence of rapid e-learning tools that require no html knowledge.

HTML or not?

This title is written using the html code: “<h4>HTML or not?</h4>”

To embed a video

The description about how to embed a video to a WordPress.com blog was really good and useful!

I have included a video of Sir Ken Robinson, one of my favourite authors. He brings always bright and critic educational perspectives. But this time I did not include a video of one of his lectures, but an animation about changing education paradigms. In this video I included the code

 

 

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Jaime Oyarzo

Jaime Oyarzo Espinosa - jaime.oyarzo@uah.es Profesor Asociado, departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial, Escuela Politécnica, Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, España. Dirección de proyectos, e-Learning Consultant, Lund University Education, Sweden-jaime.oyarzo@education.lu.se Dirección de proyectos e-Learning (América Latina, Africa) Me interesan los proyectos que vinculan innovación y aprendizaje con ayuda de la tecnología. Especialmente si tienen como objetivo una transformación personal, organizativa y de desarrollo económico para la región involucrada. Blog (Spanish): http://jaimeoyarzo.blogspot.com/ Blog (English): http://alfavirtual.com/wp/virtualed/

3 thoughts on “Week 6: Internet Skills, html code and embedded Videos”

  1. I agree that knowing a little HTML might be useful from time to time, but with today’s tools, an online teacher could get along just fine without ever having to write any HTML.

    I like these kind of animations. They are fun to watch. Thanks for sharing this one.

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