Top 5 Ways to Use Streaming… with Groundhog Day

Today is Groundhog Day! While I know many of you may be lax in celebrating the historic day, this year will be different. This morning we’ll be doing Groundhog Day “DEN Style”. Right here on this blog, we’ll do a live broadcast with our very own DEN groundhog! And no, I’m not joking.Will he see his shadow? We don’t know. Will he be ’shadow-free’ and signal an early end to the cold weather? We don’t know that either. The only thing we DO know is that he’ll be sharing the Top 5 Streaming Resources About Groundhog Day!The broadcast will begin promptly at 7:30am EST, right here in this post. So keep an eye on the video box below. We’ll go live when he’s ready to come out of his hole!

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  1. Lori Abrahams

    Sorry didn’t get to see this live, but was ROFL when I watched it just now. How creative!

  2. Dani Hall

    What an great ground hog! So much better then the one in PA, and so much more informative. I laughed so hard I cried. AMAZING!

  3. jody

    sooooooo f ***** funny

  4. Karen Wells

    Pretty impressive, Steve. You and the ground hog make such a great team!

  5. Jeanne Brown

    This was so creative. We have access to Discovery Streaming at school but there was never a training session. Just finding out about some of your features in this unique way was helpful. I had trouble accessing point 4 and beyond though.

  6. Jeanne Brown

    This was so entertaining but it also made me aware of some of the features of Discovery Streaming. We subscribe at my school, but had limited training. I did have a problem accessing the second part of the video. Only got to step 4.

  7. Marlene Weaver

    Thank you for the fun way of pointing out some very useful ways to use Discovery Streaming. I was unaware of the calendar and live streaming on Discovery until I viewed this video. The calendar is a great way to keep abreast of new features and ideas. I love the idea of importing video segments into Photostory for the students to narrate.

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