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    High School Journalism Day at USC High School Journalism Day at USC Presentation Transcript

    • Transforming your print publication onto the Web Integrating multimedia and video
    • Step 1: Create a mission statement Write down on paper what you hope to accomplish with your site and what type of online publication you want to be. Keywords: Timely, accurate, local Style: Conservative, serious, artsy
    • Step 2: Create a plan Evaluate your staff Set deadlines Come up with a timeline Choose a domain name Purchase server space Select a host
    • Domain names GoDaddy.com (http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/ wordpress-hosting.aspx?ci=15005) or any other Web hosting service You can choose from a variety of services, but WordPress is one content management system some schools have tried.
    • Sample sites that use WordPress http://etbulletin.org/ http://www.hightideonline.org/ Log into Wordpress WP user guide: http://en.support.wordpress.com/
    • WordPress Blogging software/content management tool User friendly You can set up multiple accounts with different levels of privileges
    • Turn your weekly/monthly pub into a daily one Teach the students to post one new story or photo a day on the site. They should be writing a tweet, submitting photos, a short story and then possibly a longer, more in depth story for print. Remember to utilize the medium and don’t use shovelware The Web is interactive. Use links and photos to draw the reader in.
    • Other options My.jhs.org http://my.hsj.org/Home/HostYourMediaWithUs/tabid/ 93/Default.aspx
    • Video Tools: Equipment MiniDV cameras Record to hard drive or hard disk Be sure the device has BOTH mic input and headphone input Purchase headphones Purchase microphones Purchase tripods and monopods
    • Video Tools: Editing softare Final Cut Express iMovie Windows Movie Maker Adobe Premier
    • Video Tools: Online editing software Adobe Premiere Express http://desktopvideo.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/ XL&zTi=1&sdn=desktopvideo&cdn=compute&tm=21&f=00&su=p28 4.9.336.ip_p504.1.336.ip_&tt=3&bt=0&bts=1&zu=http%3A// www.adobe.com/products/premiereexpress/ JayCut http://jaycut.com/
    • Video Tools: Hosts YouTube Blip.tv Photobucket Vimeo
    • Video: Live services Livestream.com Ustream.com Qik.com Mogulus.com
    • Add interactive elements to your site Live chats Coveritlive.com Slideshows Vuvox.com Soundslides.com Slideroll.com
    • Add interactive elements to your site Google Maps Polls Polldaddy.com Widgets Widgetbox.com
    • Add interactive elements to your site Blogs: Blogger, Wordpress.com, Tumblr, Posterous Podcasts: Garage Band, Audacity Issuu: issuu.com
    • Resources http://www.j-learning.org/ Newsu.org Knight Digital Media Center http://www.knightdigitalmediacenter.org/multimedia_training/ http://teachj.wordpress.com/jtools/ BBC: http://www.bbctraining.com/index.asp Lynda.com http://www.jtoolkit.com/