Multimedia in the classroom


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Multimedia in the classroom

  1. 1. Multimedia in the Classroom<br />Erika Dobson <br />Summer 2010<br />
  2. 2. Using Images and Photography<br />I used Picnik to edit my photographs. I found this program to be very user friendly unlike Flickr. I paid the extra money to upgrade to be able to use all of the programs features. To share my edited photos I tried Photobucket. Photobucket was also very easy to maneuver through. Please view my pictures: <br /><br />
  3. 3. Using Audio and Web Stream<br />Voice Thread is a tremendous tool to share images, documents, and videos. I felt the tutorial for the program gave step-by-step directions. I enjoyed commentating for the first time. Please check out my debut at:<br /><br />
  4. 4. Generators<br />Animoto turns photographs into video slideshows in minutes. I couldn’t believe how is easy Animotowas to use. Adding music truly customized my video. An added plus is that Animoto promises to never make two videos alike! <br />
  5. 5. Please view my Animotovideo at:<br /><br />
  6. 6. Posting Original Videos<br />I used Windows Movie Maker Live to make a home-made video from photographs. Of all my projects this ended up being my favorite. It was truly enjoyable adding music and adding cool effects to my pictures. To share my movie I used You Tube. Please check out my movie at:<br /><br />
  7. 7. Online Learning<br />This is the second course that I took online with Rich. I must say, that the second time around things went much smoother. Purchasing a new computer allowed me to ease through my assignments. In addition, I was familiar with the moodle so I was a lot more confident. I am so proud of all my work and the best part is I have a lot of family keepsakes!<br />