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  • 1. Using and Creating Mobile Video in the Classroom                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
  • 2. Introduction and Agenda
    • Uses of mini-movies
    • Benefits
    • Hardware alternatives
    • Sources for already-produced movies and media (photos, video, audio) you can use
    • Legal issues
    • Format and conversion issues
    • Making your own movies
    • Q&A
  • 3. How Can Mini-Movies Be Used?
    • For professional development
    • For communications
    • To differentiate instruction
      • Review, remediation, enrichment
    • For students who miss class
    • For assessment
    • As an option for student projects
  • 4. What Are the Benefits of Mini-Movies?
    • Engagement of multimedia format
    • Mobility
    • Manageable chunks of information
    • Time shifting
    • Ability to be watched multiple times
    • Support for special needs
      • Close captioning, multiple languages
    • Cross-platform use on multiple devices
  • 5. What Devices Can Be Used?
    • Desktop and laptop computers
      • Online, offline
    • Handheld computers
    • Mobile video players (including iPods)
    • Game machines
    • Cell phones
  • 6. Sample Mini-Movies
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  • 11. Where Can I Find Mini-Movies That Are Already Produced?
    • Shareable sources
      • Google Video
      • YouTube
      • TeacherTube
      • Blip.tv
    • Commercial sources
      • United Streaming
      • SAFARI
  • 12. What Legal Issues Do I Need to Think About?
    • Public domain, copyright, and “copyleft”
    • Creative Commons
    • Read the Terms of Service
    • If you have purchased a licensed collection, ask your rep for permission to download and/or remix
    • Always cite your sources
  • 13. How Can I Convert Streaming Movies for Offline Use?
    • Streaming vs. downloadable
    • Some sites have options for both streaming and downloadable versions
  • 14. What Do I Need to Know About Formats and Conversion?
    • There are a lot, and it’s confusing
    • Try to identify your primary playback device
    • Work out an optimal process early on
    • Watch for free conversion software that includes spyware
    • Some tools I use: Zamzar, Jodix, QuickTime Pro
  • 15. What Do You Need To Make a Mini-Movie?
    • Required:
      • Movie editing software
      • Content
        • Images, video clips, sound
    • Optional:
      • Audio editing software
      • Still or video camera
      • Screen capture software
      • Interactive whiteboard, tablet PC, or graphics tablet with annotation software
  • 16. Basic Movies
    • Free software:
      • Windows Movie Maker (Win)
      • iMovie (Mac)
    • More advanced software:
      • Adobe Premier
      • Final Cut Pro
      • AVID
  • 17. Windows Movie Maker
  • 18. Converting a PowerPoint Into a Video
    • Open PowerPoint and Save As JPEGs
    • Import into movie editing program
    • If you need video or animation, add separately
  • 19. Screencasts
    • Free software:
      • Camstudio (Windows)
    • More advanced software:
      • Camtasia Studio (Windows, Mac)
  • 20. CamStudio
  • 21. Talking Whiteboard Movies
    • Need hardware to capture writing
      • Interactive whiteboard with recording capability
      • Tablet PC
      • Graphics tablet (least expensive)
    • Need annotation software
  • 22. Movie Making Tips
    • Crop and size images first
    • Think about your final output size(s)
    • When recording audio, speak out and show your personality!
    • Don’t worry about being “perfect”
    • Record audio and video segments in small chunks
    • Record video first, speaking narration only to establish timing. Then record final audio separately.
  • 23. Movie Making Tips (cont.)
    • Use separate audio editing software, especially for critical segments
    • Edit ! Less is more, and too much music or silence can be boring.
    • Save frequently
    • Save all your source files and don’t change the name or location of files
    • Use a system for file naming and stay organized
  • 24. Where Can I Find Media Resources?
    • Wikimedia Commons – 1,639,813 media files (probably more by the time you see this)
    • Creative Commons
    • Government web sites
    • Open Photo Project, MorgueFile, and more for images
    • ccMixter, MusOpen, and more for music
    • See k12handhelds.com/mashups for sources
  • 25. Q&A
  • 26.
    • Karen Fasimpaur
    • K12 Handhelds
    • email: info@k12handhelds.com
    • web: www.k12handhelds.com
    • phone: 800-679-2226
    • Thank you!
    Graphics reprinted with permission from ClipArt.com