Embedding Multimedia

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Whether you deliver teaching and training face-to-face, online or in blended mode, bringing concepts to life with images, audio and video allows for a richer learning experience for students. In this …

Whether you deliver teaching and training face-to-face, online or in blended mode, bringing concepts to life with images, audio and video allows for a richer learning experience for students. In this hands-on session, participants will consider their target audience and how best to use multimedia resources. Find and identify freely available images and how to optimise them for use on the internet. Find and identify available video files and learn how to embed these files into an online environments such as edna Groups or a blog. Brainstorm workarounds for access issues to multimedia resources.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Embedding Multimedia KerryJ Education Officer- Collaborative Tools
  • 3. Learning objectives
    • Basic understanding of Creative Commons
    • Create a digital story
  • 4. Photo: Beth Kanter Copyright and Creative Commons
  • 5. A few copyright basics:
    • Copyright automatic for Australians
    • Owner not always copyright owner
    • Creator not necessarily copyright owner
    • “ Fair dealing” = quoting but vague
     © http://www.copyright.org.au
  • 6.  
  • 7. Attribution Photo: illuminaut (by)
  • 8. Attribution Noncommercial Photo: sparktography (by-nc)
  • 9. Attribution No Derivatives Noncommercial Photo: Darwin Bell (by-nd) (by-nc-nd)
  • 10. Attribution Share Alike Noncommercial Photo: aussiegall (by-sa) (by-nc-sa)
  • 11. http://creativecommons.org Search across multiple sites Learn more about CC licenses License your own works
  • 12. Photo: cobalt123
  • 13. Hands on time!
    • Using Creative Commons media to produce a multimedia mash-up.
    • The tool: Microsoft Photo Story 3 for Windows
    • Other options:
    Free computer-based: iStudio suite for Macs Windows Movie Maker Online: VoiceThread Eyespot Explore more options at SourceForge.net
  • 14.
    • The Project:
    • What excites you about learning and/or teaching?
    • Resources:
    • Contact sheet for quick reference to CD
    • Images in the Resources folder from CD
    • Music available in PhotoStory
    • Your voice
  • 15. Quick start to Photo Story 3:
    • Import and arrange your pictures
    • Add a title/caption/credits
    • Narrate your pictures and customise motion
    • Add background music
    • Export your story
  • 16. Photo Story 3: Import, arrange & edit
    • Import 5 photos and the black title screen
    • Repeat black title screen thrice more
    • Arrange the order
    • 2 black at start, 2 black at end
    • Edit options
  • 17. Photo Story 3: Add a title or caption
    • Good for creating added impact
    • Can substitute for narration
    • Add start and end credits here
  • 18. Photo Story 3: Narrate pictures, customise motion
    • Type in a script
    • Ignore the program’s offers of help
    • Customise motion/movement
    • Customise transitions
    • Preview your work
  • 19. Photo Story 3: Add background music
    • Create music
    • Select
      • Genre
      • Style
      • Bands
      • Moods
      • Tempo
      • Intensity
    • Set volume
    • Check your work
    • Click back to change
  • 20. Photo Story 3: Review your end credits All photos sourced from Flickr.com (Too much) Thinking – desi.italy A portrait of a monkey- s-a-m Asl class - Trevor DeVincenzi
  • 21. Photo Story 3: Save your story
    • Save for playback on computer
    • Specify the folder
    • Profile for computers – 2 (640 x 480)
    • Next >
  • 22. What Next?
    • Over the next week, we will:
    • Convert .WMV files to .MOV
    • Upload to http://ednaworkshops08.blip.tv/
    • Send emails out to the class
    • You can then
    • Copy and paste embed code
    • Copy links to the files
    • Download the files
  • 23. Give back - TAG for edna miniconference is: ednaworkshops08 edna Group to share photos Flickr group to share photos
  • 24.