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  • Leap into Digital Learning     Posted by John Keller on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 3:46 PM Join Indiana educators as we “Leap Into Digital Learning” on February 1, 2012 as part of National Digital Learning Day.  Visit the DLD website for more on the national celebration and resources, but plan on being part of Indiana ’ s Digital Nation by participating in our statewide projects.    29-Day Web 2.0 Challenge Each day of February, the IDOE along with some of our educational partners including the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, PATINS, New Tech and others, will introduce a new online resource complete with tutorials and tips.  The challenge is for you to explore the shared tool and post a reflection about how you could use it to enhance student learning or better do your job. Not every tool will be new to you, so participants are welcome to share what they've learned from using the tool in their world.    Indiana ’ s Digital Stories     We have a YouTube channel devoted to digital learning stories. Share what’s going on in your classroom, your school, or your district by sharing a 1-minute video on our YouTube channel.  This video archive will showcase many of the ways digital learning is being utilized to engage Indiana learners. For more details on how to share your digital story visit our 29-Day Web 2.0 Challenge blog.   Governor Daniels has proclaimed February 1 as Digital Learning Day for Indiana !   How will you celebrate digital learning?  Be part of the Twitter conversation @DLDay2012 or #DLDay.
  • Link for checking out equipment: http://www.indiana.edu/~educw200/syllabus/syllabus.html Fill out the form, equipment is located in ETS.
  • Based on your instructor you may be required to bring audio files to class week4. Others may want you to just publish the 1 st movie (narration, images, title, credits, and transitions.)
  • Focus is now on the TIMELINE VIEW not the storyboard view.
  • Effects- will alter the physical state of your image, eg Turn Color to Blackand white Transitions – will help to move from one scene into another scene – eg, spinning, turning into dust… THESE ARE ALL VISUAL CHANGES TO YOUR STORY – THINK ABOUT THE MESSAGE THEY COMMUNICATE, DON’ T ADD THEM JUST BECAUSE THEY ARE THERE, BE THOUGHTFUL, THEY SHOULD ENHANCE YOUR WORK (the message of the scene)

Week4 Part6 Workshop Week4 Part6 Workshop Presentation Transcript

  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • DIGITAL STORY WORKSHOP
  • Indiana’s Digital Stories More available via Learning Connection site Available via Learning Connection youtube site Ipad Love Story…..(click on image)
  • Digital Story – Must Haves
    • Visuals - Images/Video Pieces
    • Narration
    • Music /Sound effects
    • Title
    • Credits
    • Transitions between images
    • Check Digital Story iRubric (w200 website)
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Rationale for using Windows Movie Maker:
      • It is a FREE tool
      • It is relatively easy to use
      • It provides a variety of features (titles/ credits, transitions, effects) to create a simple movie
    • iMovie tutorials and manuals are available on W200 week 4 website
    • Where to checkout equipment online: Click on this link
      • (form located on W200 site, equipment pick up at ETS)
    • Release form from Guardians/Parents for participants under 18.
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Overview of some of its functions:
      • Importing media (images, sounds, video, etc)
      • Timeline view
      • Effects (applied to slides)
      • Titles, on-screen text, and credits
      • Saving a project file (work in progress): MSWMM file
      • Publishing your final project to movie file: .WMV file
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 1. I mporting your pictures to your project
      • Go to Movie Tasks on the left
      • Choose Import Pictures
      • Browse and choose the pictures from your computer (You should have at least 5 images ready for practice)
      • In Storyboard view, drag your pictures in order to begin making your movie.
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 2: Inserting the “Title” and “Credits” pages
      • In Storyboard view
      • “ Edit ” --> “ Titles and Credits ”
      • Make sure to have (1) title and (2) your name on your title page
      • Make sure to include credits for pictures, music, sounds, etc. THIS is where you will cite your sources.
        • (!!! If you do not have enough space for credits, use enter key to add more lines.)
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 3. Add narration to your movie
    • Storyboard view versus Timeline view
      • Import audio or music into Movie Maker.
      • Browse and add your narration (.mp3) to your project.
      • In Timeline View, add your narration.
      • Use the “ Drag ” function in Timeline view to adjust the length of your images according to your narration.
      • You might need to use the split function to cut your narration.
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 4. Adding Effects and Transitions
        • When and why should you use these?
      • To Edit Movie >> View video effects from the left side
      • Drag the video effects to your picture
      • Drag transitions in-between the images in the storyboard view
      • Play your movie to preview (before saving!)
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 5. Publish your Movie without music
      • Make sure all your files are in the right place
      • Play and listen to it and view it before publishing
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part5 (Cont.). How to Publish your movie
      • Go to File >> Publish Movie/Save movie file (depends on the version of your movie maker)
      • Make sure you save it to the desktop , and then after you have published it, drag it to your flash/USB drive
      • Name it this way: DigitalStory_ yourname_NoMusic
      • Your finished file will be a WMV file, NOT a MSWMM file
      • Let ’ s try it together…
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 6. Add Music to your movie
      • Create a new movie project
      • Import your published movie file (with narration) into the timeline
      • Add music to the audio/music track
      • Adjust the volume of your music to make sure it is not too loud.
  • Introducing Windows Movie Maker
    • Part 7. Publish your Movie with music
      • Make sure you playback to preview your movie before you publish the final version.
      • Go to File >> Publish Movie/Save movie file (depends on the version of your movie maker).
      • Make sure you save it to the desktop, and then after you have published it, drag it to your flash/USB drive.
      • Name it this way: DigitalStory_ yourname
    • Now you are ready to upload your movie to YouTube.
  • Finishing Up
    • Part 8. Upload your movie to YouTube
      • Go to YouTube
      • Login with the following account
        • Username:
        • Password:
        • Click on the Upload button