Saturday, March 26, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
A Variety of Sites and Programs to Help Create Your Digital Storytelling Project
If you have read my previous article on Windows Movie Maker, then you should know that I would like to continue my series of articles on digital video editing programs. I recently did a project with my students that involved Flip Cams and creating short films. During that process, I have examined a lot of ways that either my students could easily edit their own footage or what I could use in order to easily display my student work over the internet.Due to the fact that the format that the Flip Cam records on is MP4, you are instantly confined with choices on what to use......
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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Saturday, March 19, 2011
A Free Essential Tool for Your Latest Animation or Digital Storytelling Project
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Thursday, March 17, 2011
Here is a collection of images that my students made utilizing Google Sketch Up. They got most of their information on the video tutorials provided by Google Sketch Up and they were able to modify and/or use pre-existing models that were uploaded to the Google Sketch Up model library. When the students were done, they also had the option to add their work to the library and share their work with the world.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
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Saturday, March 12, 2011
How to take your completed ToonDoo pages and arrange them into your book
Once in Toon Doo, click on "Toons" and then "Your Toondoos" Afterwards, click on EDIT under a page and you will be where the video starts
How to take your completed Toon Doo Book and publish it to edmodo
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
In another article of cell phones in the classroom, in hopes of finding engaging projects with my students, I was informed about a web site called Yodio. With Yodio, you can register your cell phone with their
site to record narrations. Those narrations can then be attached to images in the form of an embeddable movie called a Yodio. By pairing up the audio with the still image, you can also create transitions in between the "tracks" and then publish the film on the Yodio site so that the world can see.
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Sunday, March 6, 2011
Next week we will be utilizing the 3D modeling program called Google Sketchup. If you would like to download this program from home, it is absolutely free, and it may be something that you are interested in if you like builiding stuff or hope to become an architect or some sort of designer some day.
These are the videos that I pulled off of their site, please watch and follow through the creation process as they do so that you can learn how to create buildings and other structures out of shapes and utilizing your new found knowledge of perspective.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Listed below is a collection of videos in order to create your Yodio movie. Just click on the clip and follow it in order to complete yoru film. I can only grade your film if you post it on Edmodo.