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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.

 

You can also join our communities on the website or Facebook .

 

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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