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Media Mashup, Web 2.0, Teacher Toolbox, Media Toolbox

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  • 1. Multimedia Mashup Toolkits Multimedia Toolkitsconsists of resources thatcan be used to create newmultimedia presentations from original and acquired sources called Mashups
  • 2. Multimedia Mashup Toolkit Music ImagesRecordings Text Audio Video GraphicsAnd more…
  • 3. Today’s Learners Information Literacy Innovation Critical Thinking CreativityCommunication Problem Solving Collaboration Melinda Kolk, March 30, 2011 http://web.tech4learning.com/blog
  • 4. Copyright Free Images
  • 5. Copyright Free ImagesADVANCED GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCHhttp://www.google.com/advanced_image_search•  Under Usage Rights, use the drop down menu and select
  • 6. Copyright Free Images http://www.flickr.com/groups/freeuse/poolFor more information…http://mashupsfun.wikispaces.com/Copyright
  • 7. Copyright Free Musichttp://www.freeplaymusic.com Do Not Use BETA site
  • 8. Creating and Editing AudioMac: Garageband Mac & PC: Audacity Free Download http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
  • 9. Creating Mashups PC Mac/iPadMovie Maker iMoviePhoto Story iPhoto
  • 10. Mashup Apps•  Videolicious – iPad, iPhone, iTouch –  Turn raw video clips and photos into tightly edited masterpieces to share with your friends, in just three simple steps.•  Screenchomp – iPad whiteboard –  Turn your iPad into a whiteboard and a screencast•  iFunFace – Make your photos come alive
  • 11. Mashup AppsHAIKU DECK iPad, iPhone•  Can be shared on web friendly computer, tablet or phone.PIC COLLAGE – iPad, iPhone,Android
  • 12. Mashup Apps•  Videolicious – iPad, iPhone, iTouch –  Turn raw video clips and photos into tightly edited masterpieces to share with your friends, in just three simple steps.•  Vlix – iPhone, iPad –  Edit video on your computer, iPad or phone
  • 13. Video Editing•  Combining two or more videos•  Simple video mashup creator•  Combines and edits You Tube videos•  Use on computer, iPad, iPhone•  Video mixing in your pockethttp://www.dragontape.com
  • 14. Web 2.0 Mashup ToolsSample of tools for the classroom:•  Photo Peach http://photopeach.com/education/premiumCreate a digital story with photos,music and titles•  Animoto http://animoto.com Combines video clips, music and photos into videos
  • 15. Web 2.0 Mashup Toolshttp://www.onetruemedia.com One True Media
  • 16. WEB MashupsWEBPAGE MASHUP•  Can combine multiple elements – text, music, video…•  Elements can be embeddedSamples of Web Mashup Tools: Google Sites: http://sites.google.com Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com Blogger: http://www.blogger.com
  • 17. Build A Website Using Google Siteshttp://www.youtube.com/watchv=iVrZWPql8UU&feature=related
  • 18. Digital Poster Projects•  GLOGS? Online multimedia posters - with text, photos, videos, graphics, sounds, drawings, data attachments and more•  What is Glogster EDU? A global education platform for the creative expression of knowledge and skills in the classroom and beyond.
  • 19. http://edu.glogster.com
  • 20. Fusing the 3R’s and the 4C’sIn the 21st CenturyClassroom StudentsBecome the Media Producers not the Consumers
  • 21. Tips for Multimedia Assignments•  Establish clear objectives and outcomes•  Be specific about the minimum elements required i.e. music, acquired video, original video, images•  Allow students to go above and beyond the requirements•  Use Rubrics as part of the assessment
  • 22. •  Use Rubrics to assess multimedia projects•  Rubistar Creator: http://rubistar.4teachers.org/
  • 23. Questions Carmella Doty carmelladoty@gmail.comGinny D’Alonzo Sikes vjdalonzo@aol.com Additional Resources:http://commoncore4cs. wikispaces.com