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John Pearce

ACMI Storyboard Generator - 2 views

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    "Welcome to the Storyboard Generator. You can choose a script and create a storyboard. Try building your own storyboard using background location photographs. Once done, you can save and share your storyboard video with friends. Remember to register with Generator first if you would like to save your storyboard."
John Pearce

technology4kids DigitalStorytelling - 5 views

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    Shelly Terrell has compiled a list of resources and links in this page from her technology4kids pbworks wiki.
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Free Technology for Teachers: 11 Good Digital Storytelling Resources - 7 views

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    "Digital storytelling comes in many forms. Digital storytelling could refer to creating podcasts, creating videos, or creating multimedia ebooks to name of few of its forms. If you're considering developing your first digital storytelling project for your class, here some resources that can help you get started."
John Pearce

Tech Learning TL Advisor Blog and Ed Tech Ticker Blogs from TL Blog Staff - TechLearnin... - 0 views

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    "Creating Digital Comics has been one of my favorite thing to do with students when trying to integrate technology. While this can be done with any number of applications, such as Comic Life or Toon Boom, there are many online alternatives (mostly free) that offer a nice solution as well."
John Pearce

Create Your Own Comic | Marvel Super Hero Squad - 6 views

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    Part of a larger Marvel Comic site with games and other promotional material, this page lets you create relatively simple comic strips using characters from the Marvel comics. A little like a cut down version of Comic Life it is a reasonable introductory tool. Finished comics can be printed or downloaded as a pdf.
John Pearce

7 Things You Should Know About VoiceThread - 0 views

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    Educause has done it again with another in their great "7 Things" pdf monograms this time turning their attention to VoiceThread. As usual they illustrate the application via a scenario before concisely looking at the upsides and drawbacks of the application as well as implications for teaching and learning. A really good read.
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Stupeflix - Video creation made easy - 0 views

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    Stupeflix is another one of those online apps/spaces that enable you to create slideshows using images from online or your camera to which you can add a soundtrack. The big difference with this one is that you can actually download the "movie" to your own computer either as an mp4 or flash file. You can also select to group images so that they have the same transition. This also enables you to add soundtracks specific to each group. The only downside is that there is no direct embed code, instead you have to upload the movie to a thrid party site such as TeacherTube and then use this code to embed it as below.
John Pearce

Maureen Tumenas's videos on Vimeo - 0 views

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    Maureen Tumenas is assembling an ever expanding collection of movies of er class and others working especially with science. These are great examples of how video can be used on a number of levels. The videos are a great reminder for the students in Maureen's class, they enable parents to be involved in what is happening in the classroom, they can be used as a stimulus for other students and teachers can review them as a means of professional learning.
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