EduCreations to create narrated slideshows/screencasts, as well as the commercial (and much more flexible/powerful) iPad app Explain Everything. Participants will also learn to use the free YouTube Capture app for iPad to upload videos to a professional YouTube channel.
From Storychasers - iPad Digital Storytelling
Think of the media products we'll create this week as WINDOWS into student learning.
The following comparison table of apps and websites for creating narrated slideshows / screencasts is available on Mapping Media to the Common Core.
If you are already familiar with the EduCreations App, consider trying another "hosted" app for this assignment like:
TIP: Generally it is NOT recommended to share account credentials with students for a shared class account, on the showme.com website or anywhere else. As discussed in our workshop, if you are using a shared account it's best to enter the account credentials on iPads FIRST so students do not have the login userid and password. If you do share login credentials with a class, consider changing the password afterwards.
Our ShowMe channel for today's workshop is www.showme.com/ipadmediacamp
All our 5 Photo Stories will show up on http://workshopmedia.blogspot.com
View other 5 photo story examples on 5photostories.blogspot.com.
This curriculum is adapted with permission from Day 1 of iPad Media Camp (July 2013).