UniTube: Retirement of Service

The Higher Education Development Centre created UniTube, and have been providing software updates and bug fixes. However, HEDC is no longer in a position to provide service updates, and as such, UniTube will not be supported beyond mid-2018 (we have extended the date to allow people to find alternate hosting services). While you can continue to use UniTube until then, you may wish to consider using another media hosting service, such as Podcasting (http://www.otago.ac.nz/podcasts) or Otago Capture (http://www.otago.ac.nz/capture), and if your media is public, YouTube (http://www.youtube.com). If you need assistance to select an alternative hosting service, please contact the IT Service Desk.

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Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award Winners 2007 talk about Teaching and Learning

Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award Winners 2007 talk about Teaching and Learning

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 537
Dunedin Gas Works

Dunedin Gas Works

8 years ago From: Raymond Bretherton
Views: 101
CSIS Seminar Series Presentation

CSIS Seminar Series Presentation

8 years ago From: Russell Butson
Views: 129
Copyright

Copyright

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 6,555
Extract Statistics in Research

Extract Statistics in Research

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 138
Departmental Review Process

Departmental Review Process

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 184
Landslide

Landslide

8 years ago From: Raymond Bretherton
Views: 96

HEDCwiki_UpdateProfile

8 years ago From: . .
Views: 87

A short video on how to update your profile in the HEDC wiki

HEDCwiki_RevertPrevious

8 years ago From: . .
Views: 73

HEDCwiki_EditPage

8 years ago From: . .
Views: 72

HEDCwiki_Comment

8 years ago From: . .
Views: 59
Keith Trigwell

Keith Trigwell

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 100

2008 Chamber Debate

8 years ago From: Richard Zeng
Views: 126

2007 Chamber Debate

8 years ago From: Richard Zeng
Views: 78

Evaluations Debate

8 years ago From: Richard Zeng
Views: 92
There was standing room only in the packed council chamber for the inaugural Otago Chamber Debate on December 14th 2006 to debate the motion that teaching evaluations should be abolished.

Prof. Mark Henaghan, Prof. Nicola Peart and Assoc. Prof. Lyall Hanton, adorned in “Dr Spock” ears, led the charge for the affirmative. Dan Connor from OUSA, Dr Lesley Procter and Prof. Thomas Rades argued passionately for the negative. Chris Stoddart from Quality Advancement managed the timing bell, only once resorting to the gavel to quell the rhetoric.

Prof. Gareth Jones, DVC (A & I) did an outstanding job to maintain order and conducted the vote from the floor to determine the winning team. Gareth declared the negative team winners by a narrow margin, with a score of 33 against the motion to 28 in favour. HEDC and Quality Advancement scrutineers confirmed the negative team won the debate but put the scores slightly higher at 38 against the motion to 35 in favour.

 

Using the Ophthalmoscope

Using the Ophthalmoscope

8 years ago From: Robert VAN DER VYVER
Views: 7,701
Beyond Streaming Sages (live talk)

Beyond Streaming Sages (live talk)

8 years ago From: Michael Winikoff
Views: 144

Beyond Streaming Sages (Audio)

8 years ago From: Michael Winikoff
Views: 105

 Audio of talk given at Spotlight.

UniTube (live talk)

8 years ago From: Michael Winikoff
Views: 102

 Audio from a talk on UniTube given by Jenny McDonald and Richard Zeng at Spotlight

Beyond Streaming Sages (studio talk)

Beyond Streaming Sages (studio talk)

8 years ago From: Michael Winikoff
Views: 91