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    • 1. Movies at a Click Video on Demand Kristin Hokanson RJ Stangherlin
    • 2. Movies at a Click
      • We all share the same story: so much to do, so little time…
      • Movies at a Click is fast, fun, and streamlines prep time.
      • Video on Demand engages educators and students the way we like to teach and learn with rich videos and online teaching resources.
      • Educational Examples:
        • Integrated Project Video : What If Lincoln Had Not Been Assassinated? = release title
        • Integrated Project Files
        • Integrated Project Syllabus
    • 3. What We Are Doing Today
      • Search for content
      • Download OR
        • copy hyperlinks
      • Create a project by
        • embedding / hyperlinking
        • content
        • PowerPoint
        • Inspiration : note you must have Kidspiration software on your computer to open this file
        • Timeliner : note you must have Timeline software on your computer to open this file
      Note: this is a protected video and will only play from original presentation. unitedstreaming users may click HERE to download the original video clip.
    • 4. Step One: Finding Content Video Films/Clips
      • Create a folder on your flash drive. All your search results will live here.
      • Create a word document for all your citations.
      • GOOD PLACES TO LOOK FOR VIDEO FILMS/CLIPS:
        • www.unitedstreaming.com
        • www.altavista.com [click MPEG and AVI only for PowerPoint]
        • http://www.loc.gov/film/arch.html film archives from Library of Congress
        • http://www.archive.org/details/movies tons of video / can find pix and audio here as well
    • 5. How to Copy/Save Film /Clips
      • FROM unitedstreaming
        • Log onto United Streaming.
        • Search for video films / clips by grade levels/subjects.
        • Select film or clip (segment).
        • Click on the disk icon to download.
        • Choose the correct player for your software.
          • Windows media for PPT
          • QuickTime for other software
        • Save in your folder. DON’T FORGET TO COPY CITATION!!!
      • FROM A WEBSITE
        • Find a film / clip.
        • Right click on the selected video.
        • Choose “Save target as.”
        • Check to be sure the file you are saving has the correct file extension
          • .jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .gif, etc…. NOT HTML
      • Note: Be sure you copy the citation for EACH video file used
    • 6. Step One: Finding Content Find your Images
      • Save your search results to your flash drive.
      • GOOD PLACES TO LOOK FOR IMAGES:
        • www.unitedstreaming.com
        • www.google.com (image tag)
        • http:// www.loc.gov/rr/print/catalog.html (Library of Congress)
        • http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/index.cfm (NY Public Library Images)
        • http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/pphome.html
        • http://www.kitzu.org/ (online kits)
    • 7. More Good Places to Look for Images
      • www.pics4learning.com
      • http:// memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html   [JSC NASA Collection]
      • http:// arthist.cla.umn.edu/aict/html /
      • http:// www.freefoto.com/index.jsp   [private, non-commercial use]
      • http:// historyimages.com /
      • http:// memory.loc.gov/ammem/index.html   [American Memory Collection]
      • http:// www.simplestar.com/index.php [photo & video editing software to use w/ unitedstreaming ]
    • 8. How to Copy / Save Images
      • FROM unitedstreaming:
        • Log onto unitedstreaming
        • Search images [pull down menu]
        • Open image
        • Choose size (small or medium)
        • Save in your folder—DON’T FORGET TO COPY CITATION
      • FROM A WEBSITE
        • Find an image
        • Open the image –NOT THE THUMBNAIL
        • Point to the image and RIGHT CLICK: Save as
        • Check to be sure the file you are saving has the correct file extension
          • .jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .gif, etc…. NOT HTML
    • 9. Step Two Choose your Software
      • The following slides will show how to integrated the video and images you have found in some common software programs.
        • PowerPoint
        • Inspiration / Kidspiration
        • Timeliner
    • 10. How to Embed Films / Clips into PowerPoint
      • Note: You need to have the video downloaded to your computer BEFORE you can embed.
        • PowerPoint allows users to embed video clip Windows Movie Maker* files.
        • To insert a video segment:
        • Click on the slide where you want to insert a video segment.
        • On the toolbar, under Insert, select “Movies and Sounds.”
        • Click “Movie from File.”
        • Browse out to your folder on your flash drive.
        • Select desired film / clip.
        • Click “insert.”
    • 11. How to Embed Films / Clips into Inspiration
      • Note: You need to have the video downloaded to your computer BEFORE you can embed.
        • Inspiration 8 allows users to embed a video clip QuickTime* files.
        • To insert a video segment:
        • Click on the main window where you want to insert a video segment
        • On the menu bar, under Tools, slide down to Insert Video or Sound, then select Video.
        • Navigate your computer to the video segment you want to insert, then click Open.
    • 12. How to Embed Films / Clips into Timeliner
      • Note: You need to have the video Downloaded to your computer BEFORE you can embed.
        • Open Timeliner
        • Double click on the Gray box next to the event (When). The "Edit Event" screen will pop open.
        • Select "Pictures or Movie".
        • The menu will expand, and you will need to click on "Import"
        • The "New Graphic" page will open, click on "Browse" -change file type to movie.
        • Browse your computer to locate the video segment you want to insert into the timeline. Single click on the title, then select "Open". Click on "OK" and the link to the video will be created.
        • To view as embedded, run the "Slideshow". Click on the Slideshow icon on the top of the page and then click "Run Slideshow".
    • 13.
      • FROM unitedstreaming :
        • Find the Video / Clip you want to link in United Streaming.
        • From the Play button to start the video /clip.
        • As soon as the video is playing, RIGHT CLICK on the play button and choose “Copy Shortcut.”
        • Open your PowerPoint.
        • Highlight the text or picture you want to link.
        • From the toolbar, click “Insert: Hyperlink.”
        • Ctrl-V will paste the hyperlink.
      How to Hyperlink Films / Clips into PowerPoint
    • 14. How to Hyperlink Films / Clips into PowerPoint
      • FROM A Website :
        • Find the video you want to link
        • Copy the URL (either out of the browser OR point to the target and right click to copy shortcut)
        • Open your PowerPoint.
        • Highlight the text or picture you want to link.
        • From the toolbar, click “Insert: Hyperlink.”
        • Ctrl-V will paste the hyperlink.
    • 15. How to Hyperlink Films / Clips into Inspiration
        • Find the picture or text you want to link.
        • Click on the hyperlink icon.
        • To get URL from unitedstreaming:
          • Start the video /clip.
          • When video is playing, RIGHT CLICK on the play button and “Copy Shortcut”
        • To get URL from Website:
          • Copy the URL from browser OR point to the target and right click to copy shortcut.
          • Go back to Timeliner and Ctrl-V will paste the hyperlink in the web link box.
        • Go Back to Inspiration and Ctrl-V will paste the URL in the Link to box.
        • Click on OK.
      All Inspiration versions allow users to hyperlink video.
    • 16. How to Hyperlink Films / Clips into Timeliner
      • Highlight an event and click Edit.
      • Select "Web Link".
      • LINK TO unitedstreaming
        • From the Play button start the video /clip.
        • As soon as the video is playing, RIGHT CLICK on the play button and choose “Copy Shortcut”
        • Go back to Timeliner and Ctrl-V will paste the hyperlink in the web link box
      • LINK TO ANOTHER WEBSITE
        • Find the video you want to link
        • Copy the URL (either out of the browser OR point to the target and right click to copy shortcut)
        • Go back to Timeliner and Ctrl-V will paste the hyperlink in the web link box
    • 17. How to Insert Images into PowerPoint
      • Images are stored in the folder on your computer…
        • Open PowerPoint.
        • From the toolbar, click “Insert,” then “Picture” then “From File.”
        • Browse out to your folder on your flash drive.
        • Select desired photo.
        • Click “Insert.”
    • 18. How to Insert Images into Inspiration
      • Images are stored in the folder on your computer…
        • Open Inspiration.
        • From the toolbar, choose Edit “Insert Graphic.”
        • Click “Insert” then “Picture” then “From File.”
        • Browse out to your folder on your flash drive.
        • Select desired photo.
        • Click “Open.”
        • The picture will appear in your document.
    • 19. How to Insert Images into Timeliner
      • Images are stored in the folder on your computer…
        • Open Timeliner.
        • Add an event
        • From the tool bar click “Add: New Graphic.”
        • Click “Browse” to go out to your folder on your flash drive.
        • Select desired photo.
        • Click “Open.”
        • You can move the picture wherever you want on your document.
    • 20. More Resources
      • Kristin Hokanson
        • Website
        • Wiki
        • [email_address]
      • RJ Stangherlin
        • Website
        • Blogs
        • [email_address] or [email_address]
      • www.discoveryeducatornetwork.com
    • 21. More Resources
      • unitedstreaming Tutorials from Michelle Adams, DEN Field Manager, VA & WV
        • Download hyperlinking_a_video.doc   [how to hyperlink video clips]
        • Download embedding_video.doc   [how to embed video clips]
        • Download hyperlinking_vs . Embedding.doc [embedding v. hyperlinking]
      • Multimedia Resources

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