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Follow Up: March 8 Webinar, Multimedia Art in the MLTI classroom.

March 10th, 2012 No comments

The Multimedia Art in the MLTI Classroom webinar was a brief introduction to multimedia creation with the MLTI tools. slideexample

The webinar started with an overview of creativity and the creative process in education and the reflection of creativity in our future workforce.

Communication involves more than just consumption therefore introducing students to authoring is also important. The webinar focused on simple animation. Often it is easy to find ways to talk with students about animation. Most students have watched many cartoons.  Students today are great consumers of multimedia let’s make them authors as well.

This webinar demonstrated how to use Keynote as an electronic flip book.  Images drawn with Acorn were copied and pasted onto Keynote slides. Once the sequence of images was arranged the Keynote was shared by exporting as a QuickTime Movie.

Animations are often a form of digital story telling. There are some great tools on your MLTI device to help create stories. Visit the archived webinar with your MLTI device and start creating.

March 8 Webinar, Multimedia Art in the MLTI classroom.

March 7th, 2012 No comments

Multimedia is rapidly becoming a communication tool for todays students. We have movies and videos everywhere we look. A large part of communication is not just consumption but also authoring. Join us for this hands on webinar. Using tools on your MLTI device we will create our own animations. Have you ever drawn a picture on your laptop ? Have you ever wanted to make it into an animation? Bring your MLTI device, roll up your sleeves and get ready to create.

Please click on the Webcasts tab to register. We have upgraded to a new registration system, allowing you to register directly in Adobe Connect, making the whole webinar process smoother and easier! If you have any questions, please contact Juanita Dickson. Click on the time you wish to participate in and you will be directed to an online registration form. Please type your email address carefully as all information will be sent to that address. After registering you will receive a confirmation email with a log in link – please use that link to log into the webinar prior to the start time.