Friday Jul 09, 2010

Final Project using Vuvox Collage and a How-to through Jing

There is a compatibility issue between embedding Vuvox collages into Podbean. There is a compatibility issue between Google Chrome (my browser of preference) and Podbean.  HTML editors do not appear, neither does the visual editor.  Embedded items will not play and simply show an error.  In case you are using Google Chrome here is the direct link for my Vuvox Collage. I used Vuvox collage as a Web 2.0 resource for creating engaging and different multimedia presentations.  I clipped together audio from various music artists through the use of Audacity to be sure I complied with fair use.  I edited my photos with both Picasa and the Vuvox photo clipper.  I embedded video and links through Vuvox's "hotspots," which appear in the presentations as little symbols inside or next too certain photos.  The video clips were trimmed using "Jaycut," an online video editor to follow the Web 2.0 theme.  I had my Web 2.0 class combine photos and audio through the use of Jing and Jaycut to review everything we had covered during our PD.  I thoroughly used Edmodo as my platform of communication within the class.  It was an amazingly useful tool with providing information, links, and assignments.  If you would like to view how our class went and how Edmodo worked.  Register with Edmodo and put the following group code in and you can view our class: 6uhdk5. I have also created a step by step tutorial of how to create a multimedia presentation using Vuvox Collage.  Here are the links for the presentations: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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