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    • DIGITAL STORYTELLING "tell stories about our lives " "stories that touch us" "stories that tell us something about someone else" "stories that are both personal and universal " “ We are our stories.  We compress years of experience, thought, and emotion into a few compact narratives that we convey to others and tell to ourselves.” - Daniel Pink A Whole New Mind
    • KATIE’S I BELIEVE… Created in PhotoStory which is a free download for Windows XP (there is a class on PhotoStory today at 3:00pm in Room 422)
    • steps to create your story...
    • what is your story? is it about... someone important to you? an event in your life? a place in your life? what you do? what you believe? who you are? or is it about someone else and one of their stories? a challenge you have overcome? adapted from: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
    • HOW DO YOU TELL YOUR STORY?
      • (one) gather resources
        • photos (older the better)
        • text
        • mementos
        • "found materials"
      • (two) write your script
        • be personal
        • be short
        • be real
        • have a beginning, middle, end
        • work on the pace; pause, breath
        • trust your voice
        • read aloud to yourself and others
      adapted from: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
    • HOW DO YOU TELL YOUR STORY?
      • ( third) gather equipment
        • computer
        • scanner
        • microphone
        • digital music
        • software (1 of below)
          • PhotoStory
          • Windows Movie Maker
          • VoiceThread
          • Animoto
      • (fourth) create a storyboard
        • plan out your story
        • time - what happens in what order?
        • interaction - how does your music, voice, and images work together?
        • good rules of thumb
          • no more than 15 pictures
          • at most 2 minutes
          • ideal time to show an image is 4-6 seconds (some may be longer)
      adapted from: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
    • HOW DO YOU TELL YOUR STORY?
      • (fifth) digitize your media
        • plan a good amount of time for this
        • scan as JPEG (JPG) images
        • at least 720x540 pixels
      • (sixth) record your voice-over
        • may use an external microphone attached to a computer or the built in microphone on the machine
        • may want to use Audacity (free) to record and edit your recording
      adapted from: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
      • (seventh) pull it all together
        • use one of the below to add all your elements together
          • PhotoStory
          • Windows Movie Maker
          • VoiceThread
          • Animoto
        • don't forget:
          • titles at beginning and end
          • text overlays on images
          • transitions between images
          • add music LAST and then work on the timing and fade ins and outs.
      HOW DO YOU TELL YOUR STORY? adapted from: http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
    • EXAMPLES
      • PhotoBus http://www.photobus.co.uk/ Mrs. Ngai's Classroom Website http://www.ngaiclassroom.meyertown.com/voicethread.htm
      TeacherTube - http://teachertube.com/ Ustream.tv - http://ustream.tv VoiceThread - http://voicethread.com/ SHARING OPTIONS
    • RESOURCES
        • Animoto
        • http://animoto.com/
        • Audacity
        • http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
        • Digital Storytelling: A Tutorial in 10 Easy Steps http://www.techsoup.org/learningcenter/training/page5897.cfm
        • Katie’s Online Resources and Handouts http://katiechristo.pbwiki.com/Digital+Storytelling
        • PhotoStory3 http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/default.mspx
        • TeacherTube
        • http://teachertube.com
        • Ustream.tv
        • http://ustream.tv
        • VoiceThread
        • http://voicethread.com/#home
        • Windows Movie Maker http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/moviemaker2.mspx
      • Thank you for attending and viewing this presentation!
      • Katie Christo http://katiechristo.pbwiki.com
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