Video Mashup<br />An affective assignment option<br />
What is a Video Mashup?<br />A digital media file containing any or all: text, graphics, audio, animation, video<br />Draw...
Examples (click on the titles!)<br />BCCC<br />Obesity<br />Fashion Show Mashup<br />Recycle<br />INTG Go Green<br />Unive...
<ul><li>Encourages group work
Match low-tech experienced students with high-tech experienced students
Supports multiple learning styles (visual, audio, tactile)
Learner-centered project
Students discover the the objective of the assignment through research, collaboration, and construction of the project</li...
Assignment Options: Video = Paper<br />Video Mashup<br />Research Paper<br />Primary source<br />Content/material from cou...
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Video Mashup

  1. 1. Video Mashup<br />An affective assignment option<br />
  2. 2. What is a Video Mashup?<br />A digital media file containing any or all: text, graphics, audio, animation, video<br />Drawn from pre-existing sources, to create a new derivative work that conveys a specific theme<br />
  3. 3. Examples (click on the titles!)<br />BCCC<br />Obesity<br />Fashion Show Mashup<br />Recycle<br />INTG Go Green<br />University of Pennsylvania<br />VideoPaintingPoem<br />Disney Pictures and Racism<br />Dartmouth<br />Assignment write-up and video submissions <br />
  4. 4. <ul><li>Encourages group work
  5. 5. Match low-tech experienced students with high-tech experienced students
  6. 6. Supports multiple learning styles (visual, audio, tactile)
  7. 7. Learner-centered project
  8. 8. Students discover the the objective of the assignment through research, collaboration, and construction of the project</li></ul>Why use a video mash-up as an assignment?<br />
  9. 9. Assignment Options: Video = Paper<br />Video Mashup<br />Research Paper<br />Primary source<br />Content/material from course<br />Critical Research<br />Images, video, music, text from reputable sources<br />Composition<br />Each medium must be brought together to support theme<br />Intro, body, conclusion<br />Primary source<br />Content/material from course<br />Critical Research<br />Text from reputable sources<br />Composition<br />Each secondary quote must be brought together to support theme<br />Intro, body, conclusion<br />
  10. 10. Assignment Options: Video = Paper Cont’d.<br />Video Mashup<br />Research Paper<br />Citations/References<br />Adhere to fair use policies<br />Create a works cited bibliography<br />Final Product<br />Video pulling together all elements listed above<br />Citations/References<br />Create a works cited bibliography<br />Final Product<br />Paper pulling together all elements listed above<br />
  11. 11. Fair Use and Copyright<br />Fair Use<br />Using the work of others to comment or criticize<br />No strict rules<br />Similar to freedom of speech: expansive view, open to interpretation <br />Copyright<br />Give credit when credit is due<br />For example, follow attribution rules in Flickr Creative Commons<br />MLA citation format<br />
  12. 12. Assessing Video Mashup Assignments<br />Create a rubric<br />See the rubric from last year’s contest<br />www.bucks.edu/mashup<br />Clarity and Consistency, Coherence: Presentation Quality, Content and Knowledge, Creativity and Originality, Citation<br />
  13. 13. Questions?<br />For additional information, or to schedule a media literacy class on finding and using multimedia resources and creating the video, contact: Jackie Fritz, New Media Librarian, x8711 or fritzja@bucks.edu<br />

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