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  • CU Online Webinar - Integrating media into your course

    1. 1. Integrating Media into your courses patrick r. lowenthal patrick.lowenthal@ucdenver.edu
    2. 2. Images
    3. 3. Images 1. Find Images 2. (or) Create Images 3. Share Images
    4. 4. Find Images Google Images http://images.google.com Flickr http://www.flickr.com
    5. 5. Create Images Take Your Own or Adapt Others picnik http://www.picnik.com Aviary http://aviary.com
    6. 6. Share Images •Flickr http://www.flickr.com •PhotoBucket http://photobucket.com
    7. 7. Demo
    8. 8. Activity #1 Complete the following (10 min.): 1. Create a course banner Go to www.picnik.com and find an image and use it to create a course banner. Then upload it (if there is time) to your course shell.
    9. 9. Video
    10. 10. Why Video?
    11. 11. Video 1. Find Videos 2. (or) Create Videos 3. Share Videos
    12. 12. Find Videos Video Resources • Youtube – www.youtube.com •TeacherTube – www.teachertube.com •Google Video – video.google.com •Vimeo – www.vimeo.com •Viddler – www.viddler.com •Archive – www.archive.org Open Content •MIT, Stanford, Utah State
    13. 13. Create Videos Record • Do-It-Yourself (DIY): WebCam, MiniDV, FlipCam • Seek Professional Help: Contact CU Online Edit •DIY: Movie Maker, iMovie, Premiere Elements •Professional Help: Adobe Premiere Pro Produce •DIY: Consider bandwidth, format, distribution •Professional Help: Flash Streaming Server
    14. 14. Share Videos Options Pros/Cons Video sharing website (e.g., YouTube) Ease of use, embed options, annotating, and sharing options (to a larger audience); limit on size of files CU Online Flash Server Supported by CU Online, embed options, ability to stream large files; not as easy as sites like YouTube Your individual course (i.e., in the CMS) Easy to upload; only available in that course, not streamed
    15. 15. Demo
    16. 16. Activity #2 Complete one of the following (10 min.): 1. Embed a YouTube video in your course. Find a video & embed video in your course shell (i.e., Blackboard or eCollege) 2. Download a YouTube video. Find a video and go to www.zamzar.com Download it and upload to your course. 3. Upload a video to YouTube. Download www.patricklowenthal.com/cuonline.mov then create an account (e.g., w/ YouTube) and upload
    17. 17. Audio
    18. 18. Audio 1. Find Audio Clips 2. (or) Create Audio Clips 3. Share Audio Clips
    19. 19. Find Audio Audio Resources •Archive – www.archive.org • iTunes •Podcasts directories: podcastalley.com, learnoutloud.com •Podcast Search Engines: podscope.com •Publishers/Media: npr.org/podcasts, cnn.com/podcasts Open Content •MIT, Stanford, Utah State
    20. 20. Create Audio Record your own Podcasts on your Computer •Audacity (Mac/PC) – audacity.sourceforge.net •GarageBand (Mac) – www.apple.com/garageband/ Record a Podcast by Phone •Talk Shoe – www.talkshoe.com •HipCast – http://www.hipcast.com •Yodio – http://www.yodio.com Digital Voice Recorder
    21. 21. Share Audio Record your own Podcasts on your Computer •Audacity (Mac/PC) – http://audacity.sourceforge.net •GarageBand (Mac) – http://www.apple.com/ilife/garageband/ Record a Podcast by Phone •Talk Shoe – www.talkshoe.com •HipCast – http://www.hipcast.com •Yodio – http://www.yodio.com
    22. 22. Demo
    23. 23. Activity #3 Complete one of the following (10 min.): 1. Find an audio clip (e.g., at www.npr.com/podcast), download it and then upload it to your course 2. Use your phone to record a brief podcast with talkshoe, Hipcast or Yodio 3. Download a YouTube video as an audio file at http://www.listentoyoutube.com/
    24. 24. Misc
    25. 25. Misc • Digital Storytelling MS PhotoStory, VoiceThread, iMovie, MS Movie Maker •RSS Google Reader •Presentations SlideShare, Slideboom
    26. 26. Contact Me Patrick R. Lowenthal patrick.lowenthal@ucdenver.edu

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