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Assignment 1 Web 2 0 Instructional Resources

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Web 2.0 Instructional Resources

 

 NETS Standard 2

 

Grades 6-8

 

Standard 2 - Communication and Collaboration

 Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work    collaboratively, including at  a distance, to support

 individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. Students:

  • a. interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media
  • b. communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats
  • c. develop cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with learners of other cultures
  • d. contribute to project teams to produce original works or solve problems 

 

  1.    http://animoto.com/education 



This is the Web 2.0 tool that I will demonstrate and teach students and teachers how to use. They will be able to create informative and engaging videos with this tool.       Learning how to create videos will address NETS Standard 2, but will also address Standard 5 and 6, as well.

 

    2.     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X2IbSrfoKs&feature=related

                     

 

This resource is a tutorial for creating videos using Animoto. The speaker's voice is

very clear and easy to understand. The directions are simple and clear-going step by

step. There are many variations of Animoto video tutorials on YouTube, but this one is clear and concise.  

 

 

 
Langwitches is a resource that contains a wealth of information on 21st Century Learning. This resource link provides information on using Animoto and has examples.
                    Bookmark the Langwitches blog. It is one to use for all things Technology and Learning.
 
 
This resource is a wiki that contains a pdf file with a tutorial about creating videos using Animoto. It can be printed and enlarged onto posters, for example, as a guide. In case the pdf file should ever be removed from the wiki page, it would be a good idea to have a printed copy. The directions and screenshots are very helpful.
  
 
                    Jing is used to capture an Animoto video to demonstrate how to embed it in a blog,
                    website, or with another Web 2.0 tool. Jing is easy to use and provides a place to
                    create tutorials.
 

    6.     http://www.slideshare.net/leperez1/animoto-teen-volume-2010

 

Slideshare is a web 2.0 tool that allows you to upload jpg files from powerpoint slides. An entire powerpoint presentation can be uploaded to Slideshare and then

embedded in a blog or wiki page. 

                    

This slideshare file contains a presentation on creating a video using Animoto. Some of the text can become hidden when using Slideshare, so it is best

                    to reduce the font on the powerpoint slide prior to uploading.

 

    7.     http://teacherlibrarian.ning.com/video/response-by-paul-volponi?commentId=672799%3AComment%3A69385

 

A ning is a Web 2.0 tool that requires registering to participate and collaborate. This resource is a good example of a video created with Animoto. For librarians and

media specialists, it would be a very resourceful community to join.

 

    8.      http://theunquietlibrary.libguides.com/content.php?pid=196227&sid=1671706&search_terms=animoto

 

          This is probably my favorite resource created using libguides.

           It is an excellent resource for creating videos with Animoto. Libguides is a subscription

          based resource. Buffy Hamilton has created valuable resources for her library

          patrons. Students and teachers have access to these tutorials and resources at all

          times.                   

 

    9.      http://twitter.com/#!/animotoedu 

 

Twitter is an amazing tool and is so resourceful. This resource contains links that are being updated. The links are Animoto related topics.

 

                    There are many examples found at the links. This will be a continously updated resource.

  

   10.     http://sites.google.com/site/edtoolstrade/adding-animoto-to-a-google-site

 

          Google offers many tools for teachers and students to communicate and work

          collaboratively, such as Googlesites, docs, blogs, and Picassa, a picture manager

          source. This resource link gives directions for embedding an Animoto video on a

          a Google tool.

 

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