I played like 40 -50 years ago but I am pretty sure we were all just playing cards as an excuse to drink beer in NE Iowa. Something something jacks. And by beer back then I mean stuff like Old Milwaukee.
Lew caught a couple extra squirrels and possums last week?
Even if it doesn't turn out, your house will smell great!Yesterday I bought a small cut of eye round. Stuck it in a mixture of soy sauce and other and going to attempt beef jerky in the oven today. I guess we'll see in about 4 hours.
Even if it doesn't turn out, your house will smell great!
We categorized the meat in our freezer and are going through the oldest that's in there. Tonight it's ribeyes. Later this week (after a few days in the fridge thawing out) I'll be roasting a turkey.
I’m assuming this channel is/will be small. YouTube throttles your upload when you’re small so it could take many hours to upload an hour video of a lecture. They also limit you on quality but I assume HD will be fine for you. That’s all I could think of. Yea there’s the issue of a student not having internet but no matter what service you have, you're screwed.Quick question: Does anyone know of any reasons why a private YouTube channel would not be the easiest way to post lecture videos for class the rest of the semester?
Just curious. I suspect everything else is crashing on Monday. Mostly curious whether there are ethical concerns that I should be considering.
Ever since I could remember. My extended family is huuuuuggggeee on euchre. When there's a family gathering there's at least 4-5 games going. Sometimes we do tournaments in the winter months and winners get dessert first. When someone has to stand up or use the restroom you gotta be ready to tag in at a moments notice and not **** it up.
We've been told to be asynchronous, so students can watch at whatever time is best for them and their new schedule. If someone wants to post their whole week, nothing is stopping them, but honestly, most are just figuring the technology out and dealing with a billion other things, so I doubt most classes will have the whole week up right away. I certainly won't, and I have everything written already.@CycloneErik You know if the plans are for instructors to have the class videos live during class time and then up to watch or if they will pop up here and there. I told the son, if possible, to watch the videos during regular class time so he stays in the swing and doesn't fall behind. Or if someone is ambitious, and have a whole week up, maybe watch his three hours that week one day and then do a class a day to get indepth on it.
Also, pass/fail......does that mean they just need a D- to pass or do they need a C-? Was thinking in my day you needed a 70% (C-) to pass on a pass/fail.
Sorry to load you with questions, ISU hasn't been real great on communication with parents (besides the kid not being the greatest at it either).
I don't. This isn't a time where we're going out and looking for everything. It's just picking the best and quickest option we can and rolling on.I’m assuming this channel is/will be small. YouTube throttles your upload when you’re small so it could take many hours to upload an hour video of a lecture. They also limit you on quality but I assume HD will be fine for you. That’s all I could think of. Yea there’s the issue of a student not having internet but no matter what service you have, you're screwed.
Do you have dictation software? Maybe you could have it be written then emailed and played on YouTube?