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Digital collection development

  1. 1. Development ofDigital Resources Collection
  2. 2. • ClickView supplied content• Own content – Image collection – Free to air television and audio – The Learning Federation – Film Australia – Podcast Directory for Educators, Schools and Colleges – Teachertube
  3. 3. The Learning Federation•Development of online curriculum content for all schools-delivered electronically in 2 forms
  4. 4. A Digital Resource• Moving image(video) footage• Audio file of a song or broadcast• Document image such as a map or painting
  5. 5. A Learning Object• Chunk of digital material• Includes graphics, text, audio, animation and interactive tools
  6. 6. • Allows staff and students to view videos stored in the College’s digital library• ClickView Player is installed on all computers in the College
  7. 7. • Double-click on the ClickView Player icon on the desktop or• Click on Start → All Programs→ ClickView then click on ClickView Player
  8. 8. • Double-click on the required category (listed down the left of the screen) or• Select the Video Search tab, enter key word(s) and click Search• Click on title of video to view details
  9. 9. ClickView videos are split into chapters• Click Play Video button to view the entire video or• Double-click the required segment from the Chapters list
  10. 10. • Click on the Tools tab→Add Lesson• Add required Lesson content and details• Save Lesson
  11. 11. • Click on the Lessons tab• Click on required Lesson from the list on the left
  12. 12. • Access the Lesson• Click on the Tools tab• Select Edit Lesson or Remove Lesson as desired (password is required)
  13. 13. • Locate and right click on required chapter• Click Publish to PowerPoint/Intranet• Select PowerPoint Presentation radio button and click OK• Save the Windows Media Video (wmv) file thus created
  14. 14. • Open PowerPoint 2007• Click on Insert tab• Click drop down arrow Movie from Media Clips• Click on Movie from File• Double-click on saved wmv file• Select desired mode of initiating clip
  15. 15. • Open Word 2007• Click on Insert tab• Click drop down arrow Object from Text section and click on Object• Click on Create from File tab• Double-click on saved wmv file and click OK
  16. 16. Clickview School Bag• A method of transferring content from the ClickView Library into a location on a computer including a removable storage device• This content is then accessible without being connected to the ClickView Library Server• Home viewing• Network unavailable