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Summer Presentation 2

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Part I: Audio and Video …

Part I: Audio and Video
Part II: Virtual Fieldtrips
Part III: Electronic Textbooks

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  • 1. Summer Technology Series Week 2 Session 1: 1:00 – 1:25 Accessing Media Online Session 2: 1:30 – 1:55 (hands on) The Virtual Fieldtrip:  Breaking the Classroom Box Session 3: 2:00 – 2:30 Electronic Textbooks:  Pros, Cons, and Panic WELCOME!
  • 2. Website of the Week
    • Lifehacker.com
  • 3. Podcast of the Week
    • TechTalk4Teachers
    • http://techtalk4teachers.blogspot.com/
    • Also: Don’t forget the ToTechasJesusDid podcast on the website and itunes (new episode available!)
  • 4. Media on The Internet
    • The Three Faces of Audio
    • The Three Faces of Video
    • How Do I Use These?
  • 5. Audio on the web: Basics Streaming Media: Music/video downloaded and played directly into a media player (Flash, Realmedia, Quicktime) Downloadable Media: WAV, MP3, AAC, WMA: Audio File Types DRM (Digital Rights Management): Media Protection
  • 6. Three Faces of Audio Internet Radio
    • Free (usually ad based)
    • User chooses type of music or artist but does not control specific selections
    • Can be ported to smartphones/wireless devices
    • Social networking features
    • Examples
      • Last.fm
      • AOLRadio.com
      • Slacker.com
      • Blip.fm
      • Pandora.com
  • 7. Three Faces of Audio All-you-can-eat
    • Monthly Fee
    • Complete catalog can be streamed directly from the website
    • Tools available for playlists or thematic stations
    • Music may be portable to select devices
    • Music Available for Purchase
    • Examples
      • Rhapsody ($12.99/month)
      • Zune Store ($15.00/month + 10 downloads)
      • Napster ($5.00/month + 5 downloads)
  • 8. Three Faces of Audio Purchase
    • Uses MP3 or AAC formats
    • No membership necessary
    • DRM/no DRM
    • Examples
      • iTunes
      • Amazon MP3 Store
      • Walmart MP3
      • MP3.com
  • 9. four Faces of video Free Streaming Video
    • User created/uploaded
    • Usually can be downloaded by use of third party software or Real Player SP
    • Amateur Video usually has unlimited use
    • Examples
      • Youtube.com
      • Teachertube.com
      • Viddler.com
      • Vimeo.com
  • 10. four Faces of video Professional video
    • Venue for Production Companies
    • Ad supported
    • Generally cannot be downloaded legally
    • Examples
      • Hulu.com
      • Network TV Sites
  • 11. four Faces of video Live Streaming video
    • Video available as it is recorded
    • May include live chat feature
    • Examples
      • Ustream
      • Stickam
      • CNettv
  • 12. four Faces of video Video Purchase
    • Mainstream television and movies
    • Video is streamed, not usually available for download without DRM protection
    • Examples
      • iTunes
      • Netflix
  • 13. So How Do I Use This?
    • Watch/listen directly from computer
    • Port audio/video to a media player (iPod, Zune, cell phone etc)
    • Stream audio to other device (wired/wireless)
      • Wireless audio adapter
      • Roku settop player
  • 14. Virtual Fieldtrips
    • Why do it?
    • Three Kinds of VFT’s
    • Planning Your VFT
  • 15. www.delicious.com/gdhuyvetter/virtualfieldtrips
  • 16. Why Do It?
    • Easier, faster, and cheaper than a real field trip
    • Broadens classroom resources
    • Moves from “sage on the stage” model to interactive model
    • Develops Internet resource skills
  • 17. Three Kinds of VFT’s
    • Illustrating resources: Classroom use of online resources to make learning more tangible
    • Teacher sets path: Creates a series of links and resources with guiding questions
    • Student created: Student includes links to web sites or personal content
  • 18. Creating a VFT
    • Overview: Give an overview of the project before the individual step by step directions
    • Directions: Sequential and clear. Students should respond regularly after each website visited
    • Check all sites for content, correctness, clarity
    • End with summation questions
  • 19. Electronic Textbooks
    • Delivery Methods
    • Positive Values
    • Possible Negative Effects
  • 20. Delivery Methods
    • Online or Physical Medium
    • Computer/Reader/or Cell Phone
  • 21. Positive Values
    • Cost
    • Materials
    • Weight
    • Easier Revision
    • Highlighting Tools
    • Live Links
  • 22. Possible Negative concerns
    • Access
    • Distribution Models
    • Change in Paradigm