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  • Here is an animation about copyright terms: http://www.cyberbee.com/cb_copyright.swf
  • NOTE : If needed, we can allow students to use no more than 3 online images if necessary.
  • [Instructors add feedback on this slide]
  • ULA explains how to find images for the digital story project. we are going to ask the students to create their own images. However, we are giving the copyright information if they would like to use three of them from free online images.
  • ULA explains how to find images for the digital story project. we are going to ask the students to create their own images. However, we are giving the copyright information if they would like to use three of them from free online images.
  • Bring ALL your images & narration mp3 file in your flash drive to the class next week (Week 4)
  • --Explain the students how they should keep their files before they start producing the actual movie.

Transcript

  • 1. Digital Story Workshop and Copyright WEEK 3
  • 2. WHERE ARE WE?  ☐  ☐ ☐ Week 3 Week 4 Week 5
  • 3.
    • In general, good job!
    • Issues:
      • Script length (Movie 2-2.5 minute)
      • Number of Storyboard Slides
      • Draw images instead of describing
      • Focus (Address topics)
      • Creativity
    GENERAL FEEDBACK ON STORYBOARDS
  • 4.
    • Creating & Collecting Images
      • Copyright
      • Ways to create images – will be addressed later
    • Recording Narration
      • Audacity
    AFTER STORYBOARDS
  • 5. COPYRIGHT GUIDELINES FOR USING EXTERNAL RESOURCES
      • What is your purpose : Non-commercial and educational purpose
      • Text Material
        • Up to 10 percent of the total or 1,000 words , whichever is less.
      • Motion Media
        • Up to 10 percent of the total or 3 minutes , whichever is less
  • 6.
    • Music Up to 10 percent of the work but no more than 30 seconds of the music or lyrics from an individual musical work.
    • Illustrations or Photographs No more than five images from one artist or photographer. No more than 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a collection.
    • FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT NO MORE THAN 3 OUTSIDE IMAGES
  • 7. HOW TO COLLECT A CITATION FOR AN IMAGE
    • Demo (Try it on your own as well)
      • Go to a copyright free website e.g. http://search.creativecommons.org/
      • Enter search word to find images for your story e.g. <computer>
      • Select the image that you like.
      • Right click on the image
      • Save image as
      • Other copyright-free websites are on the W200 Website
  • 8. WAYS TO CREATE IMAGES Be C R E A T I V E … but PROFESSIONAL at the same time… Here are some ways to create your own images… REMEMBER THERE ARE OTHER WAYS AS WELL…
  • 9. HOW TO RECORD YOUR NARRATION USING AUDACITY
    • ULA Demo:
    • Audacity is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems.
    • You can use Audacity to:
    • • Record live audio
    • • Edit MP3 and WAV sound files
    • • Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together
    • Go to programs on your computer and type audacity.
    • Start the program.
  • 10. HOW TO RECORD YOUR NARRATION USING AUDACITY Click on the red Record button to begin recording. Click on the blue Pause button to pause the recording. Press it again to continue. Click on the yellow Stop button to cease recording. The cursor will return to its previous position, before the recording was started
  • 11. HOW TO SAVE YOUR NARRATION AS AN MP3 FILE?
    • Click the File menu
    • Click Export As MP3
    • Click OK on the opening panel
    • Save the file to your flash memory into the narration folder.
    • See the Audacity job aid on the week 3
    • Important Notes:
    • Quality of the narration is EXTREMELY important
    • You can use TTL to record your narration – not recommended though…
    • Other audio-recording programs can be used as well (MP3)
      • E.g. Digital sound recorder
  • 12. FOR NEXT WEEK (WEEK #4)
      • Create at least 5 of your images. Review how you can create your own images.
      • If you use external online images ( max 3 ). Find them before week 4 and keep them in your flash drive. Make sure to keep the URLs of these files as well.
      • Record your narration using audacity or other audio-recording tools (Remember quality & mp3)
      • Make sure to keep all the files on your flash drive. Bring your flashdrive to week 4 class.
  • 13. IMPORTANT NOTES FOR YOUR DIGITAL STORY
      • Create a main folder in your flash drive, and name it as Digital Story
      • Create subfolders for your: images, music file(s), narration and others
      • All your files need to be saved on your flash drive