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Using Animated GIFs

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A brief introduction to animated GIFs.

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Using Animated GIFs

  1. 1. Using Animated GIFs Digital Natives Faculty Forum April 26, 2017 Sarah Kurpiel Emerging Technologies Librarian
  2. 2. What is a GIF? • Graphic Interchange Format • Invented in 1987 • Supports animated and static images • Animated GIFs typically run 2 to 6 seconds in a continuous loop • No sound Source: This GIF, by Lillie Le Dorre, is made available under a CC-BY License.
  3. 3. Why Use GIFs? • Reach an audience that favors visual graphics. • Inject humor and pop culture references. • Communicate through relatable emotions and reactions. • Share a quick demo. Example » • Bring collections, images, and objects to life. Example » Source: U.S. National Archives
  4. 4. How To Insert a GIF in PPT & Google Slides 1. Find a GIF online 2. Save as an image 3. Insert as a picture
  5. 5. A Word of Caution Source: U.S. National Archives
  6. 6. GIFs & Copyright • When using GIFs that contain copyrighted material, consider the Four Factors of Fair Use: 1. Purpose and character of use 2. Nature of copyrighted work 3. Amount of copyrighted work used 4. Effect on market value of copyrighted work • Some organizations have no-GIF policies. • Example: International Olympic Committee
  7. 7. Creative Commons & Public Domain GIFs • U.S. National Archives on GIPHY • NASA on GIPHY • DPLA GIF IT UP – These GIFs are Creative Commons-licensed • 2014 • 2015 • 2016 Source: NASA
  8. 8. Make Your Own Animated GIFs • Use Public Domain content or content that you’ve created. • Tools: • Photoshop • GIMP • GIPHY.com • makeagif.com • GIFMaker.me • Screencast-O-Matic (use to record your screen)
  9. 9. Thank You Contact Information Sarah Kurpiel skurpiel@ben.edu Source: NASA

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