Click on picture. It is hyperlinked. Gotta love the roll-over text.
Why you should flikr for your images
Copyright: A good and a bad thing O Copyright is a good thing because it protects everyone’s intellectual property. This includes pictures. http://youtu.be/G2jmapccuK0
Copyright: A good and a bad thingCopy right can be a bad thing because it restricts the creative, stimulating andproductive sharing of ideas.
Al-Jazeera (an Arabic News organisation used more and more by Western News services, including in Australia. Flickr Google The Public Library of Science The White House (America)For more see: http://creativecommons.org/who-uses-cc
For ExampleWikipedia recently migrated its licensing structure from theGNU Free Documentation License to a Creative CommonsAttribution-ShareAlike license. The world’s largest and mostcited collaborative encyclopedia made this move via acommunity vote and for good reason. By changing to a CCBY-SA license, Wikipedia (and the entire collection ofWikimedia sites) allows content to legally flow in and out ofthe site with ease, enabling one of the great culturalresources of the digital revolution to legally interact with anendless array of similar cultural institutions.
DON’T BE LAZY. BE CREATIVE. Sure it’s easier and quicker just to go to Google images and find the most popular or immediately recognisable images. Nevertheless, it is much smarter and more original to use something that shows of f your ability to think, be original and go outside the square. Decipher the message below. AM
About QuickmarkQuickmark is a program that can be downloaded from the internet and isinstalled on the DER laptops.This program scans QR codes, such as the one on the previous slide andthe ones on the following slide.Once scanned, the program will open up the link to whatever material it iscoded with. The program will also remember the link so that it is not lost.If you are having problems using the program on the first generation ofDER Lenovos (the very small red ones) this is because there seems to be aproblem with these computers or the version of program installed on them.Importantly, once you have opened the program go to the two cogsicon, open this and make sure that both boxes are ticked, then click ok.
THE TASK1. In pairs or threes think of a short story that you would like to tell.2. On paper or on laptops design a storyboard composed of at least six panels. Think of the chronology of events in the story.3. Go to Flickr licences page online (using the QR Code or the URL http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ ) and choose images from the various licence categories, remembering to site the images in accordance with the requirements of the licence.4. Add words to the images so as to explain the story.5. Put your story in a PowerPoint presentation with a title page, 6 or7 story pages and a references page (see the end of thispresentation for an example of references).
The structure of the visual narrativeTitle page containing narrative title and group members.Six to eight pages according with six to eight events inthe story.References page (see the ending of this Powerpoint). Donot forget to list the Creative Commons licence accordingto the picture used. &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Important: On each narrative slide have a picture and either no words or just one sentence.
The DalekConquest of the Universe By Geoff Lowe
The Daleks hate everyone and travel throughout the universe.
On many worlds there have been attempts to fight theDaleks and halt their ceaseless conquest and destruction.
Nevertheless, on world after world the Daleks have won the fight andconsolidated their forces at terrible cost.
The centre of operations for the Daleks is thebunker, savagely guarded by Daleks, on the planetGardic .
It was when the Daleks came up against the mostpowerful force in the universe on the planet Earththat the end came for the Dalek conquest of theuniverse.
Image ReferencesSlide 3 Creative commons. (n.d.) It’s not just a licence, it’s a lifestyle. Available at: http://creativecommons.org/about. Accessed: 10 May, 2012.Slide 5 Creative Commons. (n.d.) Who uses CC. Available at: http://creativecommons.org/who- uses-cc. Accessed: 10 May, 2012.Slide 6 Hart, V (26/06/11) DSP 67: Eye Heart You 2007-07-23. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vernhart/910778661/ Licenced: Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Nate. (3/6/07) Thumbs up. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nates_pics/527578924/sizes/s/in/photostream Licenced: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 GenericSlide 7 Quickmark logo and screen. Available at: http://www.quickmark.cn/en/basic/index.asp
Image ReferencesSlide 15 Cameraface, J. (4/9/2010.) The future of the Daleks. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/54459164@N00/4957527046/sizes/m/in/photostream Licenced: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.Slide 16 Lowe, G. (29/6/2012) Battle on Galactius 4. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geoff- lowe/7465258554/in/photostream Licenced: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.Slide 17 Lowe, G (7/7/2012) Troop Movements on the Planet Spist. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geoff-lowe/7519646034/in/photostream/ Licenced: Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.Slide 18 Lowe, G. (28/6/2012) A nasty surprise at the entrance to the bunker. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/geoff-lowe/7459870736/in/photostream/ Licenced: Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.
Image ReferencesSlide 19 Binns, G. (25/10/2005) Dalek. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/codedragon/56055023/ Licenced: Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.Slide 20 Christchurch City Libraries Staff. (31/8/2007) Librarians in smocks - Green sofa. Available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cclstaff/1282051515/ Licenced: Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic.