Friday, December 15, 2006

Create a video that shows your city



I've been working on producing videos without video cameras over the last few weeks. The idea is that you use still photographs, either their own or images taken off the internet to create a video which can be posted on the blogs.

I came across a particular good site called Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling at the University of Houston that has lots of information on using Microsoft's Photo Story 3 (check out their tutorial pages) and great examples of projects that students can use for inspiration.

What I would like us to do over the holidays is create a short video (one to two minutes) that shows our city in a different way. I'll let you know more about where to post them soon.

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