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Digital Media: Create, Manage, and Deliver

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AAC - proprietary Apple
WMA - proprietary Windows
Quality, Relevant Images
Picasa (photos)
Design
Use your head(ings)
Creation Tools
File Formats
Deliver
Manage
File Information
Embedding/Streaming
Text
Digital Media
Create, Manage, and Deliver
Organization
Downloading
Device & Platform Agnostic
Non-proprietary
Open
Common
Caitlin Cahill (@CCahillMN)
learn.caitlincahill.com

Why Digital Media?
Interactive
Dynamic
Ubiquitous
Storage
Access
Simplicity
Use color...wisely
Content is King
Small Packages
Be Consistent
Images
Video
Audio
Webpage
Google Doc
PDF
(
Warning
: not all are created equal)
ePub
Ability to highlight and no software required
PNG - Transparency, smooth gradient

JPG - Compressed

GIF* - Small file size, but fewer colors
* GIFs can be animated, but please don't
H.264 / mp4
mpg / mpeg
avi
Flash
Convert
Freemake (PC)
Any Video Converter (Mac)
Resolution: 1280x800, 1024x600 for most tablets, 800x480, 640x480 for smartphones.
Documents
Google Docs
CleanSave extension
Images
GIMP
Sumo Paint
Pixlr
Similar to Photoshop
Online Paint Program
Video
WeVideo
YouTube Editor
Video Toolbox
Audio
Sound Cloud
Audacity
Audioboo
iPadio
Tech Tools for Teachers
(Moodle Course)
learn.caitlincahill.com/moodle

Free Media Files
http://goo.gl/7NOgU
Descriptive file name, e.g.
Cahill_ChemIntro
.avi
Article_CCA_AdaLovelace
Meta data (properties)
Copyright & Creative Commons
Folder hierarchy
Backup vs. Archive
Weeding
Tools
iTunes
YouTube
Learning Management System
Dropbox, Cubby
Evernote (multimedia)
Google Drive
Website or LMS
Anywhere, anytime access
Restrict access to students
Archive
Combine multiple medias
Integrate with other online apps
Content-specific Hosts
Slideshare
YouTube or Vimeo
Scribd
SoundCloud
Picasa Web Albums /Flickr
Avoid forced downloads Link to online version

Use "pretty" links when possible
Zip multiple files

Compress/shrink large media

Automate login or opening in online viewer
Reduces load on network (compared to download)

No need for player/viewer

Greater sharing of copyrighted materials
<html>
TEACH Act
Fair Use
Creative Commons
ZeroPC
Clearly and CleanSave
Why Use Images?
Learn 55% more than oral presentation
Pictures + text = 23% more retention
Knowledge transfer increases 89%
Photos > Illustrations
In other "words"...
Examples
PicMonkey
Drive Apps
Moodle Users: PoodLL Plugin
Interaction
ThingLink
Stipple
Fotobabble
Popcorn Maker
Interlude
YouTube Annotations
Resizr
Clipping Magic
Public Domain
Most government-created content
Before you begin
http://goo.gl/UzMaj
If teachers designed the BBC...
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