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UDL The Power of Image + Audio

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Reviews the advantages and disadvantages of image, text, speech. Discusses the use of screencasts and slidecasts as one solution and way of combining multiple media.

Reviews the advantages and disadvantages of image, text, speech. Discusses the use of screencasts and slidecasts as one solution and way of combining multiple media.

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  • 1. Advantages and Limitations of Traditional Media
    Notes from:
    Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning
  • 2. “Learners’ capacities are not inherent; capacities are defined by the interplay between learners’ abilities and the tools they use.”
  • 3. The tools we use…
  • 4. Traditional Fixed Media
    Speech
    Text
    Images
  • 5. Speech
    Advantages
    Natural sounding
    Expressive
    Vary: pace, volume, pitch to emphasize points
    Physical cues: facial expression, gestures, posture
    Respond to audience
    Limitations
    Listener’s must remember
    Easy to overload on info
    Can’t pause it live
  • 6. Text
    Advantages
    Reduces memory demands
    Revisit any time
    Distributed to mass audience
    Limitations
    Lacks expressiveness
    Must understand different formats: novel, newspaper, poems, reference
    Conventions can be tough to understand
  • 7. Images
    Advantages
    Communicate everything at once
    Easily present emotion, feeling, mood, relationships, comparisons
    No decoding
    Limitations
    Not ideal for: philosophical, abstract
    Cannot communicate anything below the surface
  • 8. No media is perfect for every student so we should always have several media options.
  • 9. Flexible Digital Media
    “Digital media becomes flexible in the way the content is stored and transmitted.”
    “What was once permanent can be altered, removed at will, or restored-multiple times.”
  • 10. Flexible Digital Media
    Digital Media is
    Versatile
    Transformable
    Can be marked
    Can be networked
  • 11. The Power of Image + Audio/Speech
    Advantages of Images
    Communicate everything at once
    Easily present emotion, feeling, mood, relationships, comparisons
    No decoding
    Advantages
    Natural sounding
    Expressive
    Vary: pace, volume, pitch to emphasize points
    Physical cues: facial expression, gestures, posture
    Respond to audience
  • 12. The Power of Image + Audio/Speech
    What are some examples of using Image + audio/Speech?
  • 13. Examples of Image + Audio
  • 14. Image + Audio has taken on many forms
  • 15. Podcast
    A series of digital media files that are released in episodes periodically via web syndication
    (slideshare.net/VCWebDesign)
  • 16. Vodcast
    Video podcast, the online delivery of video content via syndication
    (slideshare.net/VCWebDesign)
  • 17. Screencast
    Digital recording of computer screen output often with audio narration
    (slideshare.net/VCWebDesign)
    A recording of actions performed on a computer screen for the purposes of demonstrating a computer-based task or set of tasks to others.
    (slideshare.net/aldricham)
  • 18. Slidecast
    a new multimedia format for viewing slide decks synchronized with an audio file
    Slideshare + podcast (any mp3 URL)=slidecast
  • 19. How will this technology help students learn?
    To introduce academic concepts
    To introduce technology tools
    To provide additional review to students
    Students can create presentations to demonstrate learning
    Students can teach each other
  • 20. How will this technology help colleagues?
    To introduce technology tools
    To serve as a reference for tools modeled in their classroom
    To make tutorials easy to access
  • 21. Steps to Creating a Screencast/Slidecast
    Screencasting storyboard
    Take Screenshots
    Create powerpoint
    Upload to www.slideshare.net
    Add narration www.audacity.com
    Download audacity
    Record narration
    www.archive.org
    Upload to archive.com to host
    Upload to slideshare.net
    Coordinate slides