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  • A. Elizabeth Helfant: Creating eBooks, Podcasts, Videos and Screencasts to Support InstructionIn redesigning curriculum, the use of textbooks has diminishedin favor of multimedia content that is often teacher created. This session will examine how we create eBooks, podcasts, screencasts and short video segments to enhance and differentiate instruction. A number of applications will be examined including MoGlue, Pages, and Sophia. If time permits, we will also examine how the same process can be used for student projects.Room 102
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  • Multimedia madness

    1. 1. Multimedia MadnessCreating eBooks, Podcasts, Videos andScreencasts to Support Instruction
    2. 2. WHY?
    3. 3. Multiple Senses Used
    4. 4. Student Engagement
    5. 5. Mobile Access
    6. 6. Feedback Mechanisms
    7. 7. Sometimes Social
    8. 8. Easy and Content is Plentiful• Delicious.com/ehelfant/videos• Crashcourse World History and Biology• Kahn• Standford, Harvard, MIT, Yale• TED
    9. 9. Scaffolding for Flow and ZPD
    10. 10. Differentiation Possibilites• For Content Interest• For Learning Preference (audio, video, text)• For Skill Level
    11. 11. LMS Support
    12. 12. MultimediaOptions
    13. 13. Sophia
    14. 14. ePubs with Pageshttp://goo.gl/NGTC7
    15. 15. Mogluehttp://www.moglue.com/
    16. 16. Papyrus
    17. 17. Podcasts with GarageBand
    18. 18. Photostory for PhotoEssay
    19. 19. iMovie
    20. 20. Audio Content
    21. 21. YouTube Video Pathways
    22. 22. Knovio

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