Okay, these are pretty good.
I’m going with Kierkegaard in ’08!
It won’t include every movie you’ve liked, but WingClips is a great way to find video clips related to particular themes. According to the site:
You can view inspirational movie clips from many of your favorite films. These WingClips™ can also be downloaded to use in your church, school or other non-profit organization for FREE.
“How to create a great PowerPoint without breaking the law” is actually an excellent video dealing with PowerPoint and copyright. It does run 45 minutes, but it’s a fast watch…
In addition to showing good PowerPoint practices and how to achieve certain effects in PowerPoint, he also deals with ways of obtaining copyright-clear pictures. He references the following sites:
He also refers to this Disney parody video that depicts legal copyright usage: “A Fair(y) Use Tale“
Scot McKnight posted this Hermeneutics Quiz. It will return results showing where one is on the conservative > progressive scale with respect to biblical interpretation. As McKnight notes, the final label is probably not that helpful, but it is a good tool to get people thinking about hermeneutical matters.
Follow the links on this post by Stephen Downes and note what he says about using mindgames in education. A bit scarier are the links to the Derren Brown videos where he demonstrates how to cause “instant conversions,” converting non-believers into believers in God.
Read the notes to see how it works or check this video:
From the Chronicle of Higher Education: Experimental Use of Blog-Based Peer Review Gives Mixed Results
Interesting… The process described is similar to what I’ve been thinking about doing with my gettysburgpress site.