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The European union funded Web2.0ERC project has just made available 4 'How to videos' that show how Microsoft Movie Maker can be used to create videos for educators and how to use the videos in YouTube.

 

The four parts are:

1. Still images, titles and sound

2. Video clips, effects and transitions

3. Upload and Sharing

4. Extending your video on YouTube

The videos are:
How To Guide No.6.1. Movie Maker & YouTube 1
How To Guide No.6.2. Movie Maker & YouTube 2
How To Guide No.6.3. Movie Maker & YouTube 3
How To Guide No.6.4. Movie Maker & YouTube 4

Web2.0ERC is a European Union funded education project to help educators who find ICT and Web2.0 confusing and difficult to access. You will find many additional resources on the project website.

 

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Joel Josephson

Web2.0ERC Dissemination

 

 

Tags: MS, Movie, Web2.0ERC, education, educational, elearning, learning, lesson, maker, school, More…student, teacher, tutorial, web20

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Thanks, Joel!!! These are most helpful in my Instructional Technology class!! I'm teaching pre-service teachers K-12 and this past Spring I had students who were using Movie Maker Live and I had no idea how to work with the interface! I wasn't even aware that it had changed. This is so helpful! Thanks again.

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