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  • Course OverviewIntro: Livebinder, MultiurlPlay a game call “getting to know you”Pass the smiley ball to one person randomlyPerson speaks name, first thing that comes to my mind when I hear the word “computer”Begin by doing this yourself, then pass it to someone
  • First the jargon definitionThe simple definitionDistribute the “Glossary”.doc from trainee material
  • Terms hardware, software, liveware
  • MonitorThe monitor, which resembles a television screen, is where the computer displays text and pictures. KeyboardThe keyboard is a piece of hardware that resembles a typewriter keyboard. It is one of the primary ways you communicate with the computer and enter data. SpeakersSpeakers are usually small and built into the screen or the body of the laptop. In the image, the example laptop has speakers in the body, or laptop casing. The speakers allow you to hear computer sounds, audio streamed from the Internet, CDs and DVDs, and more.TouchpadOn a laptop, a touchpad is a substitute for the mouse. Move your finger on the touchpad to move around the screen and select text and objects. The buttons below the touchpad operate like mouse buttons.
  • MonitorThe monitor, which resembles a television screen, is where the computer displays text and pictures. KeyboardThe keyboard is a piece of hardware that resembles a typewriter keyboard. It is one of the primary ways you communicate with the computer and enter data. SpeakersSpeakers are usually small and built into the screen or the body of the laptop. In the image, the example laptop has speakers in the body, or laptop casing. The speakers allow you to hear computer sounds, audio streamed from the Internet, CDs and DVDs, and more.TouchpadOn a laptop, a touchpad is a substitute for the mouse. Move your finger on the touchpad to move around the screen and select text and objects. The buttons below the touchpad operate like mouse buttons.
  • Click. Select an object on the screen by pressing the left button down with your index finger and then release the button.Drag an object on the screen by pressing and holding down the left button with your index finger while moving another finger on the touchpad. When the object is where you want it, release the button. To double-click, rapidly press and release the left button with your index finger. To right-click, press and release the right button with your middle finger.
  • Distribute “Parts of PC-1”
  • Distribute “Parts of PC-2”
  • Monitor: LCD, CRTPrinter: Inkjet, laserSpeaker: Table, Headset
  • Learners suggest you act as they say
  • SizePortableCostUsabilityBatteryTouch
  • doc: Word or WordPad documenttxt: Notepad text filexls: Excel spreadsheethtm or html: HTML file (web page) ppt: PowerPoint presentation
  • Distribute “Module2_Glossary.doc”
  • Inquire and let ideas pop outIf Word 2007: Use videos from:
  • Distribute Module4_Glossary
  • Uses
  • Distribute Module7-8_Glossary, internet safety cheatsheet
  • Copyright Crossword from trainee material
  • Components: Menus, Toolbars, Functions, FeaturesBasic Tasks: Search, print, save, navigate, unique features
  • Components: Menus, Toolbars, Functions, FeaturesBasic Tasks: Search, print, save, navigate, unique features
  • Alphatech 2011-12

    1. 1. Alpha Tech Program Trainer Kit
    2. 2. Program Objectives• Remove fear• Simple and fun• Operate• Connect to the Internet• Create documents, worksheets, presentations• Write and send email• Safety on internet• Digital multimedia• Educational Software
    3. 3. Module 1: Computer BasicsLesson TitleLesson 1 IntroductionLesson 2 TerminologyLesson 3 Performance and FeaturesLesson 4 Operating SystemsLesson 1: OutlineLesson 1 Introduction to Computers Main parts Start and shut down Keyboard. Mouse
    4. 4. Introduction To Computers• Jargon definition :A computer is a programmable machine that receivesinput, stores and manipulates data, and provides outputin a useful format.(source:• Simple definition:Machine that performs tasks automatically(source: Dewang sir)
    5. 5. Use• Create Documents• Create Spreadsheets• Create Presentations• Surf the web• Send Email• Chat• View pictures, music, video• Play games
    6. 6. Identify The Main Parts Of A Computer • Input • Process • Output • Storage
    7. 7. Basics Parts Of A Laptop• Monitor• Keyboard• Speakers• Touchpad
    8. 8. Basics Parts Of A Laptop• Battery• Adaptor
    9. 9. Input Devices:• Keyboard• Mouse• Camera• Scanner
    10. 10. Using The Touchpad• Click• Drag• Double click• Right click
    11. 11. Central Processing Unit (CPU) (Front side) CD / DVD Power On / Off USB Microphone Headphone
    12. 12. Central Processing Unit (CPU) (Back side) Keyboard Mouse Printer Monitor USB Network Microphone Speaker
    13. 13. Power CD / DVD Speaker - HeadphoneCard Reader
    14. 14. 1. Power2. Network3. Mouse4. Video5. Microphone and headphone6. USB1. Monitor2. Mouse3. Printer
    15. 15. Output Devices:• Monitors• Printers• Speakers
    16. 16. Storage devices:• Hard disk• CD / DVD• Floppy• Pen drive
    17. 17. Role Play• Steps to start a computer• Steps to shutdown a computer
    18. 18. Practice: Keyboard & Mouse• se/abbeg/abbeg.shtml
    19. 19. Computer Basics:• NB
    20. 20. Sort Game & Quick Quiz• Mouse• Keyboard• Scanner Input Output Storage• Hard Disk Device Device Device• CD-ROM• Printer• Headphone• Monitor• Floppy• Speaker• DVD-ROM• Microphone
    21. 21. Lesson 1: OutlineLesson 1 Introduction to Computers Main parts Start and shut down Keyboard. Mouse
    22. 22. Lesson 2: OutlineLesson 2 Terminology Operating system Programs and data Network Internet
    23. 23. Common Computer Terminology• What is an operating system?• What are programs and data?
    24. 24. Game• Narrator• Actor• Enabler(Source: Whose Line is it Anyway)
    25. 25. Types Of Network• LAN• WAN
    26. 26. Quiz Statement1 Includes computer devices2 Helps control the physical components3 Allows you to play games or watch movies4 Helps provide input to a computer5 Ensures reliable operation of the computer6 Uses the platform to perform a task7 Helps you view the output of a computerOption 1 Option 2 Option 3Hardware Operating System Programs
    27. 27. Lesson 2: OutlineLesson 2 Terminology Operating system Programs and data Network Internet
    28. 28. Lesson 3: OutlinePerformanceTypes of computers.Role of memory.
    29. 29. Types Of Computers• Desktop• Laptop• Netbook• Palmtop• Tablet
    30. 30. Role Of Memory• Temporary• Permanent• Units:• Bit• Byte• Kb• Mb• Gb
    31. 31. QuizQuestion 1Which of the following features are true of laptops as comparedwith desktop computers?Select all answers that apply.They generally cost more for similar hardware.They consume less power.They are good travel companions.They are easier to upgrade.Question 2Which of the following are true statements about RAM?Select all answers that apply.The amount affects the computer’s performance.Its contents are permanent.It has lower data-retrieval speed compared with storage memory.It stores active data and programs.
    32. 32. Lesson 3: OutlinePerformanceTypes of computers.Role of memory.
    33. 33. Lesson 4: OutlineComputer Operating SystemsFunctionsInterface.Start menuWindows XP interfaceFiles and foldersPractice
    34. 34. Functions Of Operating System.• Provides a user interface• Provides utilities to configure your system• Helps manage computer resources• Helps secure data by controlling user access to a computer
    35. 35. Windows XP Interface• Start Menu• Taskbar• Icons
    36. 36. Start Menu• Explain each
    37. 37. Icons• Object• Shortcut
    38. 38. Taskbar• Quick launch• Notification• Turn off
    39. 39. Program Window• Title bar• Menu bar• Toolbar• Min• Max• Close• Scroll• Resize• Taskbar
    40. 40. Settings• Set time• Set date• Set desktop wallpaper
    41. 41. Files And Folders• File types• Explorer• Create• Rename• Move• Copy• Paste• Delete• Properties• Views
    42. 42. File• Create a document using Microsoft Word• New• Save as practice file on desktop
    43. 43. Folder• Open Windows Explorer.• In D Drive• Create Training folder, open it.• Create Materials folder• View details of folder• Rename Materials folder to Resources• Move file from desktop to Resources folder using copy and paste• Delete file from desktop
    44. 44. Summary• How’s how format
    45. 45. Module 2: Internet BasicsLesson 1 The Internet Use Connection FeaturesLesson 2 The World Wide Web Components Web addresses Browser Search
    46. 46. Uses Of Internet• Find information• Communication• Sharing• Shopping• Banking• Play Games• Listen to Music• Watch movies
    47. 47. Connect To The Internet
    48. 48. Need to Connect1. Computer2. Modem3. Web Browser4. Internet Service Provider: username
    49. 49. Types Of Connections• Broadband• Dialup• Pros / cons• Cost• Speed• Connectivity: always on / connect• Stability• Cable/ wireless
    50. 50. Quiz Statement1 Computer2 Dial-up3 Internet Service Provider (ISP)4 Wireless5 Modem6 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)Option 1 Option 2Device Connection Type
    51. 51. Access to the Internet Access to the Internetthrough server directly
    52. 52. • Components• Web browser• Web page• Website
    53. 53. Web AddressElement Descriptionhttp:// Indicates the protocol to be used to access a file.www Indicates that the Web site is on the World Wide Indicates the name of the Web Indicates the type of domain./learning/default.asp Indicates the path of the document.
    54. 54. Domains• .com• .edu / .ac• .net• .org• .info• .museum• .gov• .in
    55. 55. Use A Browser• Address bar• Navigation• Link• Search• Bookmark• History
    56. 56. Plugins• Flash• Pdf• Video• java
    57. 57. Statement True False1 World Wide Web IS a part of the Internet.2 You CANNOT create new Web pages.3 Internet Explorer is a Web SERVER.4 WEB address is also known as Uniform Resource Locator (URL).5 You can open ONLY A SINGLE Web browser window.6 You CAN download files from the Web.7 A portal IS a Web site.8 A reliable Web site must have authors WITH credentials.9 Search engines are Web SITES with special technology.
    58. 58. Module 3: Communication On InternetLesson 1 E-mail Create an Account Write and send e-mail Manage e-mailLesson 2 Instant messaging Write and send IM
    59. 59. How Email Works
    60. 60. How Email Works• Desktop based: Email client “MS Outlook”• Internet based: Gmail / Yahoo
    61. 61. "Snail" Mail Email Letter, Card, Postcard, Electronic Text Message, electronicWhat is mailed? Larger packages pictures, etc. Packet:In what is it delivered? Envelope, etc A piece of text delivered over the Internet Sender: Sender:Who is it from? John Doe John Doe Recipient: Recipient:Who is it for? Jane Doe Jane Doe 123 Somewhere StreetAddress? Somewhere, NC, 22222 Mail Server and Email client software:Who/What delivers it? Mail Carrier/Mailman Rely on one another to both send and deliver email Email client softwares INBOX:Where is it delivered? Mailbox Text editor used to compose, send, receive and manage emailDelivery Time? Varies, usually 2 days A few minutes unless technical problems
    62. 62. Create An Account In GmailWrite And Send Email• Send an email to one teacher in the group• Write in not more than three lines your experience of creating an email account
    63. 63. Use Your Email Account To• Display a list of received messages.• Read the message.• Create new messages.• Reply to, forward, and delete messages.• "Attach" files (called attachments) to messages you send.• Save the attachments you receive.
    64. 64. Manage Emails• Folders / labels• Flags• Attachments
    65. 65. Etiqutte• Email Dos• Do include a descriptive subject line• Keep it short• Email Donts• Dont ignore spelling and grammar mistakes Dont bother with excessive formatting Dont use excessive punctuation Don’t use CAPITAL LETTERS• Dont use emoticons like:• :-) = happy :-( = sad ;-) = wink :-o = shocked
    66. 66. Lesson 2: Instant Messaging• For instant messaging you need:• IM service• IM software.• Sign up for a free account• Determine a user name and password.• Ready to go.• Google talk• MSN messenger• Yahoo messenger
    67. 67. Features• Create a contact list (buddy list).• Add, Edit or Delete people from your contact list.• Know who in your contact list is online at any time.• Send and receive messages from those in your contact list.• Functions may include: chat, voice, video
    68. 68. Quiz Statement1 Remains on server till it is downloaded2 Exchange messages with mobile devices3 Send and receive responses immediately4 Send icons to express emotions5 Includes recipient information in headerOption 1 Option 2E-mail Messages Instant Messaging
    69. 69. Module 4: Introduction To Word Processor Uses Start and Quit Interface Save and open Enter and edit Formatting Indents Tables and photographs Print Practice
    70. 70. Start And Quit• Start• Start menu / shortcut• Quit• Close button / exit from menu
    71. 71. Components Of User Interface• Title bar• Menu bar• Toolbars• Font, Paragraph, Styles and Editing• Min, Max, Close• Scroll, Resize
    72. 72. Save And Open A Document• Save• Save as• Other versions• Pdf• Create new document• Open from folder• Open from pen-drive / CD
    73. 73. Enter And Edit Text• Insert• Delete• Select• Copy• Paste• drag and drop• Create a letter to your Unit Head• Report of training you are undergoing
    74. 74. Formatting• Font Size, Style, Colour• Bold Italic Underline• Alignment• Hyperlink• Spacing: character, line, paragraph
    75. 75. Edit Letter• Use indents• Bullet / numbering• Spelling and grammar check• Word count
    76. 76. Insert Table, Photographs• Pictures• Table
    77. 77. Printing• Page setting – Paper – Margin – Orientation• Print preview• Print
    78. 78. Practice• Create greeting card• Welcome students to the new academic year
    79. 79. Online • Google Translate • Google Transliteration Offline• Microsoft Language Tools
    80. 80. GOOGLE TRANSLATE• Open any Browser•• Select language(Both From & To)• Type or Paste any document in it• Click Translate button• Listen• Read Phonetically• Use
    81. 81. GOOGLE TRANSLITERATION• Open any Browser•• Select language & give space• Use of Formatting toolbar• Use it by copying
    82. 82. Microsoft Language Tools• Open any Browser•• Go to Tools• Select language(Hindi or Gujarati)• Download it• Open MS Office, Notepad, or WordPad• Select Language from Taskbar• Start Using it
    83. 83. Module 5: Introduction To SpreadsheetsUsesStart and QuitInterfaceSave and openCell, worksheet, workbookEnter and editFormattingCurrency Unit (Rs), DateFunctionsData series, auto-fillPrintPractice
    84. 84. Start And Quit• Start• Start menu / shortcut• Quit• Close button / exit from menu
    85. 85. Components Of User Interface• Title bar & Menu bar• Toolbars• Alignment, Number, Styles, Cells and Editing• Min, Max, Close, Scroll, Resize
    86. 86. Save And Open A Worksheet• Save• Save as• Other versions• Create new spreadsheet• Open from folder• Open from pen-drive / CD
    87. 87. Cell, Worksheet, Workbook• Insertion point• Cell handle
    88. 88. Enter And Edit Text• Insert• Delete• Select• Copy• Paste• Drag and drop• Create a grade card for Class Test• Marks, highest, average
    89. 89. Formatting• Font Size, Style, Colour• Cell shading• Bold Italic Underline• Number format (text, number, date, currency)• Alignment• Hyperlink• Spacing: character, line, paragraph
    90. 90. Edit Grade Card• Use functions• Data series• Auto-fill
    91. 91. Printing• Page setting – Paper – Margin – Orientation• Print preview• Print
    92. 92. Practice• Create Grade card for Final Exam• Include marks from class test, unit test and finals
    93. 93. Statement True False1 You CAN store text, numbers, or formulas in a cell.2 A column in a worksheet is identified by a LETTER.3 A cell range CANNOT extend across multiple rows.4 A cell VALUE indicates an active cell.5 A workbook CANNOT contain more than one worksheet.6 A cell address indicates the exact location of a ROW.7 A WORKBOOK is a file created in Excel.8 ONLY ONE cell can be active at a time.
    94. 94. Module 6: Introduction To PresentationsUsesStart and QuitInterfaceSave and openInsert, edit and moveInsert text box, table, chart, graphic, audio,video in slideSlide themes, smart artFormatting featuresPrintPlay and operatePractice
    95. 95. Start And Quit• Start• Start menu / shortcut• Quit• Close button / exit from menu
    96. 96. Components Of User Interface• Title bar & Menu bar• Toolbars• Slides, Font, Paragraph, Drawing and Editing• Min, Max, Close, Scroll, Resize
    97. 97. Save And Open A Presentation• Save• Save as• Other versions• Create new presentation• Open from folder• Open from pen-drive / CD
    98. 98. Slides• Insert• Edit• Move
    99. 99. Insert• Text box• Table• Chart• Graphic• Audio – video• Create a slideshow about where you live• Slide theme• Smart art
    100. 100. Formatting• Text – Font Size, Style, Colour – Bold Italic Underline – Alignment – Hyperlink – Spacing: character, line, paragraph• Object – shading / border – layout
    101. 101. Printing• Page setting – Paper – Margin – Orientation• Print preview• Print
    102. 102. Play And Operate• Slide transition• Animation
    103. 103. Practice• Create Photo album
    104. 104. Question 1In which of the following cases do you use the Slide Show view?Select the one best answer. To rearrange the slides in your presentation. To insert a new slide in your presentation. To get a full-screen view of your presentation. To view an outline of your presentation.Question 2In which of the following cases do you select the Handouts option on the Print dialogbox?Select the one best answer. To print specific slides from your presentation. To print all the slides of your presentation. To print the current slide of your presentation. To print multiple slides from your presentation on one page.
    105. 105. Module 7: Computer Security And PrivacyLesson 1 Security and Privacy Threats to your computer Protection from threatsLesson 2 Protecting Your Computer Guidelines Secure e-mail and IMLesson 3 Protecting Privacy Online predators operate GuidelinesLesson 4 Secure and Updated Security settings Computer up-to-date.
    106. 106. 1. Security And Privacy• Security – Preventive measures – to avoid damage to the computer and its data• Privacy – personal files and e-mail messages – not access without your permission – restrict access to your data
    107. 107. Threats To Your Computer• Extreme temperatures• Voltage problems• Hackers• Physical Theft• Virtual Theft• Viruses, Worms, and Trojan Horses• Spyware• Internet Scams• Online Predators• Human Error• Hardware damage
    108. 108. Protection From Threats• Backing up data• Installing computers in secure locations• Controlling operating environment• Surge protection and line conditioning• Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)• Data Storage in Safe Locations• Virus and Spyware Protection• Firewall• Protecting hardware
    109. 109. 2. Protecting Your Computer
    110. 110. Guidelines• Set a username and password• Use hard-to-guess passwords• Keep passwords secure• Lock your computer• Install protective software• Encrypt data• Back up data• Keep your computer updated• Clear history, cache, cookies
    111. 111. Tips For Strong Password• Dont use the same password for each account.• Use a longer password.• Include numbers, symbols and uppercase- lowercase letters• Never use personal information• Avoid using predictable patterns such as "susan123".• Random passwords are the strongest.• For example, "H=jNp2#" can be remembered as "HARRY = jessica NOKIA paris 2 #"
    112. 112. Secure E-mail And Chat• Avoid opening e-mail with attachments• Do not respond to junk mail• Do not respond to unsolicited commercial mail• Protect yourself from phishing• Chat with known people only• Do not open attachments received over IM
    113. 113. Quiz Statement 1 Set up username and password 2 Back up data 3 Delete cookies periodically 4 Use lock combination 5 Clear cache memory 6 Use secure Web sites Option 1 Option 2 Protect Computer Data Avoid Online Threats
    114. 114. 3. Protecting Privacy• Protect Your Identity• Regular Backups of data• Update system Security Regularly• Run Virus Scans Daily• Use Antispyware• Filter E-mail Messages from Unknown/Anonymous Senders• Encrypt Sensitive E-mail Messages, If Possible
    115. 115. Explain How Online Predators Operate.• Online predators – Unknown people who meet over internet and misuse it to lure young individuals into inappropriate or dangerous relationships• target children, especially adolescents – establish a relationship of trust and intimacy – gain the attention• Target adults – for financial exploitation• contact through chat rooms, instant messaging, e-mail• assume a fake identity
    116. 116. Guidelines• Know how predators behave• Be suspicious about gifts offered over the Internet• Educate your family about online safety measures• Tell your family not to give out personal information• Guide children when they visit Web sites• Be aware of the Web sites that your children visit• Block access to inappropriate Web sites• Monitor chat activities on your computer• Instruct children to leave unpleasant Web sites
    117. 117. Statement True False1 It is SAFE to share personal information in a chat room.2 Online predators GET intimate very quickly.3 Parents NEED NOT know the Web sites their children visit.4 It is POSSIBLE to monitor chat activity.5 You CANNOT restrict the Web sites that children visit.6 Online predators TARGET children.7 Children SHOULD NOT be allowed to visit Web sites alone.8 Online predators LURE their targets with gifts.9 It is SAFE for children to enter a private chat area.
    118. 118. 4. Secure And Updated
    119. 119. Security Settings On Computer.• Internet properties• Firewall• Updates
    120. 120. Computer Up-to-date.• System updates• Antivirus updates• Security patches
    121. 121. Module 8: E-ethicsExplain intellectual property and copyright as they apply to computing.Identify acts of copyright violation and the measures to prevent those acts. Johnson’s 3 P’s of Technology Ethics: • Privacy - I will protect my privacy and respect the privacy of others. • Property - I will protect my property and respect the property of others. • a(P)propriate Use - I will use technology in constructive ways and in ways which do not break the rules of my family, church, school, or government. Doug Johnson, Director of Media and Technology for the Mankato (MN) Public Schools
    122. 122. Intellectual Property• Owner has exclusive rights to control the use of the material to: – Copy, reproduce, or distribute the property. – Share or sell the rights to the property. – Give away the rights to the property for free.
    123. 123. Copyright Violation• Plagiarism• Inappropriate-use and piracy – Music – Software – Logo• Unauthorized access
    124. 124. Copyright Prevention• Legal use – Using copyrighted material for educational purposes – Sharing links instead of downloaded material – Using copyrighted material with the copyright owners permission
    125. 125. • Copyright Crossword
    126. 126. • Note:• For the next session, please bring your: – mobile phone with cable, software – Portable media player with cable, software
    127. 127. Module 9: Digital MultimediaLesson 1 Digital Technology Benefits FeaturesLesson 2 Digital Audio Characteristics Recording, copying, and converting Practice Features of speech technologiesLesson 3 Digital Video Characteristics Editing and formats Practice FeaturesLesson 4 Digital Photography Benefits, features and working Edit and manage Practice Different types of printers
    128. 128. Benefits Of Digital Technology• Audio and Video Players • MP3 players, CD players, and DVD players play audio or video • MP3 format reduces file size• Cell phone / Smart phone • a wireless phone • connect to the Internet, • check your e-mail • download songs and games • take pictures, • record short video clips • play music and games • transmit pictures and videos
    129. 129. • Portable video game system – Similar to computer – Play from hard-disk – Transfer audio video images to disk – Listen to audio – Watch movies• Personal Digital Assistant – a handheld computer – a personal organizer – address book, task list, and calculator. – connect it to the Internet – play multimedia files
    130. 130. • Digital Camera – stores images digitally on a memory card or a mini hard disk – print images directly to a digital printer.• Digital Video Cameras – record both video and audio – Store in a digital format on card or DVD or hard disk• Webcam – captures images – Transmits images across the Internet
    131. 131. Statement True False1 A smart phone CANNOT organize and store information.2 A PDA is used to organize information.3 You CANNOT use an Xbox to play audio.4 You CAN edit photographs taken using a digital camera.5 A digital camera stores images on a FILM.6 You CAN play games online by using an Xbox.7 Videoconferencing can be held between MULTIPLE people.8 A Webcam IS a digital video camera.9 A digital camcorder records BOTH audio and video.
    132. 132. Characteristics Of Digital Audio.• It can be compressed• It can be edited• Can be streamed• Wave (WAV): – developed for Microsoft Windows® 95 – Large size audio files• MPEG Audio Layer 3 (MP3): – developed by Motion Picture Expert Group – compression of audio and video for digital distribution. – smaller than WAV files.• Windows Media® Audio (WMA): – developed by Microsoft for digital audio files.
    133. 133. Recording, Copying• Recording and storing audio files in a digital format is called digital recording• copying audio to a recordable CD or DVD is referred to as burning• Audio can be stored in hard disk, CD, DVD, pen drive, portable player• Requirements for recording: – Microphone – CD or DVD writer – Software
    134. 134. Converting• Conversion Software• Compression• Size• Player type: CD player, computer, portable player
    135. 135. Speech Technologies.• Speech recognition allows you to communicate with a computer by using only your voice to enter text and to issue commands.• microphone, a sound card, and speech recognition software• interact with various programs
    136. 136. Create An Audio Piece• Audio: (panchtantra: turtle and rabbit)• (other ideas: instrumental karaoke lallaby, carols, pronunciation guide, bird calls)• Choose a story.• Use voice recorder to record it / download from a source• Import it into software for editing (Audacity)• Edit flaws like (pauses, umms, etc.)• Find music that represents the theme and mood of the story• Store and share
    137. 137. Statement True False1 You CANNOT change the format of audio files.2 MP3 format ALLOWS compression of audio files.3 Compressed audio files DO NOT SAVE space.4 You DO NOT NEED software to convert audio from a CD.5 When converting audio, the audio file MAY BE compressed.6 When converting audio, the format is CHANGED.7 You DO NOT USE a CD or DVD writer to copy audio to a CD.8 Most DVD writers can copy audio to CDs AND DVDs.9 You DO NOT NEED software to copy audio to CDs and DVDs.
    138. 138. • Note:• For the next session, please bring your: – Digital video camera with cable, software
    139. 139. Introduction To Digital Video
    140. 140. Characteristics Of Digital Video• Recording by: – Analog video camera (tape / film) – Digital video camera (CD / DVD, Card, Disk)• It can be compressed• Can be streamed• Watch directly on TV
    141. 141. Before digital video With digital videoVideo cameras were large and heavy. Many video cameras are small enough to fit in your pocket.Handheld cameras produced shaky video. Image-stabilization technology steadies handheld video.You had to carry separate video and still Most digital video cameras can take stillcameras. pictures, too.Video shot indoors was tinted orange. Digital video cameras automatically adjust to different lighting.Editing video required special training and You can edit videos with your homewas expensive. computer and softwareMost home movies were long and boring. Edited home movies are fast-paced and professional-looking.To show a video to a friend, you had to ship You can e-mail videos to your friends, orhim or her a tape. burn your home movies to a CD or DVD.
    142. 142. Editing and Output Formats• Editing – titles and background music – Cut or remove certain scenes – special effects – brightness, contrast, and color. – Subtitles / transcript• Formats – .wmv – .mov – .mpeg – .vcd
    143. 143. Web Video Technologies.• Streaming: real-time, stored• Downloading• Web-conferencing
    144. 144. Create A Video• Video: (volcano / germination of seed)• Other ideas: – – concept: germination, volcano, earthquake, solar system, DNA – visit to zoo pre-brief• Use camcorder to record it / download from a source• Import into software for editing (Windows Movie Maker)• Edit pieces, cut unwanted portion, merge portions from different videos• Add text, gestures, voice, props, pictures, music• Store and share
    145. 145. Summary• Benefits of video in classroom• develop greater critical literacy skills by comparing television or movie segments with own creations• view difficult, dangerous or expensive experiments or activities (recorded with specialists)• assist in the introduction of disabled students into mainstream classes• show skills that are quicker to learn by observation (e.g. sewing a French seam)• record and analyze student or teacher presentations
    146. 146. Statement1 Can be real-time or on-demand2 Maintains a copy of video on your computer3 Allows screen sharing4 Sends video as a continuous stream5 Allows voice communication6 Refers to download of video from the Internet7 Allows you to see and hear others in real timeOption 1 Option 2 Option 3Video streaming Downloading video Web conferencing
    147. 147. • Note:• For the next session, please bring your: – Digital camera with cable, software
    148. 148. Digital Camera• Benefits – Digital storage – Transfer to pc – Editing – Printing – Sharing on web – Watch directly on tv
    149. 149. Introduction To Digital Photography
    150. 150. Digital Camera• Features – Resolution: Megapixel – lens : zoom – Lcd screen
    151. 151. Edit digital images• transfer pictures to a computer• edit pictures• photo editing software• remove the red-eye• adjusting the brightness, contrast, or color• crop, resize, and print• adding special effects• change the backgrounds• add text
    152. 152. Manage digital images• manage your image library• sort and organize your picture collection• compressing and fine tuning pictures• Formats• .jpeg• .gif• .png• .bmp
    153. 153. Printers• Consumer printers – Inkjet: liquid ink, paper – Laser: powder ink, paper – Photo: dye, photo paper
    154. 154. Create A Collage• Images: (volcano / germination of seed)• Use camera to record it / download from a source• Import into software for editing (MS Picture manager)• Edit images, cut unwanted portion,• merge portions from different images• Add text, shapes, gestures• Store and share
    155. 155. • Other examples:• Science: process / stages eg germination, volcano, solar system, water cycle, seasons effect, DNA• Math: basic shapes around you, patterns in nature, parallel, angle, sphere• English: characters in a chapter n their personality / facial expression & adjectives, do you see what I see, spot the not, visit to zoo pre-brief••
    156. 156. SUMMARY• Book: Instructional Media and Technology for Learning
    157. 157. Statement True False1 A DIGITAL camera uses a film to store pictures.2 You CAN connect a digital camera to a computer.3 A SENSOR creates the image of a picture.4 You CANNOT change backgrounds using photo editing software.5 You CAN crop a picture using photo editing software.6 You CAN edit pictures using photo management software.7 PROFESSIONAL photo printers use special imaging devices.8 PERSONAL photo printers give near-photographic quality.
    158. 158. Module 10: Educational SoftwareDesktop Based Software• Describe some of its uses• Install a program• Start and Quit a program• Identify main components of the user interface• Perform basic tasks• Tutorial: Eureka / ILFS• Reference: Encarta• Practice: Mind spark
    159. 159. Internet Based Software• Describe some of its uses• Identify main components of the user interface• Perform basic tasks• Tutorial: Thinkfinity• Reference: Encarta online• Practice: Class marker