Practicum Interns Update 2 12 2010


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Practicum Interns Update 2 12 2010

  1. 1.  To check out a Flip video camera, see Lisa in MS 108. You will need your ID. You can only check out the camera for 24 hours.  Please do not keep these cameras for 24 hours if you do not need them that long!! Use it and return it. Computers in MS 212 have the software for downloading your video from the camera to your computer. Contact Ms. Lewis if you need to use MS 212.
  2. 2.  You do not need to watch this video if you are using a different camera. If you use a different camera, be sure it is a digital video camera. If you use a camera other than a flip video, do not ask for our help with troubleshooting.  Your Flip camera will not work if your usb cord is connected to a computer. You may have to do more than one “take” so be prepared to go back and forth between your computer and the flip camera. When you remove the flip camera from the usb on your computer, be sure to right click the green arrow in the lower corner of the screen and follow the steps for “safely remove software”.
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  5. 5.  Part 3: Loading your video to PBWorks. These directions should be the same no matter which camera you used. Once you have your video ready and saved to your computer or usb drive, Log in to your Pbworks account.  Click apple to see video.
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  7. 7.  Part 4: Complete and submit the assignment via LiveText. In your portfolio, open Assignment. Click binder below for video example.
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  9. 9.  In the section editor, insert a hyperlink to your PBWorks web page. Your link should have your name in it. Be sure to use the icon that has a globe and chainlink. Then “save and finish”.
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