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Photography Links

Important Copyright Information: Your credit information should be in the opening credits and include the following kid friendly notice.

NOTICE: I used other people's stuff to make this project. I followed rules. Please do not copy it.

Additonally, each image used must have the name of the copyright owner attached to the image. Provide the following information if available (author, title, publisher, and place and date of publication).

~From Legal Issues for School Librarians

prepared by Schwartz & Eichelbaumwww.edlaw.com

  • Flickr: Creative Commons
    As long as you provide credit, images from this site can be used. Creator of image is usually easy to find.
  • Wikimedia Commons
    A database of 1,815,754 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. 
  • Google Images
    Don't forget to give credit for pictures taken off the Web. Many of these images are subject to copyright.
  • Getty Images
    Great place to search for Royalty Free photos. You'll need to create an account. It's Free but the pictures are great.
  • morgueFile
    Free images for your inspiration, reference and use in your creative work, be it commercial or not!
  • Pics4Learning
    Pics4Learning is a safe, free image library for education. Teachers and students can use the copyright-friendly photos and images for classrooms, multimedia projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, or any other project in an educational setting.
  • Lots of copyright-free image sources
    ECB of Wisconsin's Surf Report
 

Your Task


Your team has been hired to create a new ad campaign to promote a non-profit organization (of your choosing).

As a collaborative team, do some research about the non-profit to understand its mission.  

Plan your ad campaign including identifying your target audience and paying attention to the culture and "feel" of the organization.  

Create something to share.  

Remember: baby steps are fine, so are giant leaps...standing still is not:)

 

Research!

Use these resources to research your non-profit organization.

BadgerLink - A project of the Wisconsin DPI that provides quality online information resources to Wisconsin residents.  BadgerLink is a huge collection of databases ranging from Auto Repair to Literary Criticism.  

Student Research Center - This is one of the database search engines provided by BadgerLink.  It is a favorite of high school students due to the friendly interface.

Google - Always popular, Google searches the free web.  This is the perfect tool to find your non-profit organization's website.

 

Learn!

Record your learning in a GoogleDoc.  You can share one and watch as you and your teammates add to the note-taking.  Or, if you'd rather, assign one recorder to take notes while your teammates do the research. 

 

Create!

Choose from one of these links to create your ad campaign.

Animoto - Create amazing videos! Surprisingly simple...just put in your pictures, choose some music, and voila - you've made a video.  You will need to create an account to use Animoto.  

VoiceThreadA VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments.  Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too.

Xtranormal - Create a 3D animated movie instantly!

ToonDoo - Create your own comic strip with just a few clicks, drag & drops. 

Make Beliefs Comix - Another comic strip creation website.

Prezi - Known as the zooming presentation maker.  Allows collaboration - the entire team can be working at one time on the same Prezi.

SlideRocket (login to your Google account and look under "More") - Part of our GoogleDocs package.  Similar to PowerPoint, but this allows collaboration.

 

Share!

Sharing time...let's celebrate our new learning together!

Take some time to think about how you might use the new tools you picked up today in the classroom with students.  We'll share those ideas as well.

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Royalty Free Music

Remember "popular music," is not Royalty Free.  You can use commonly used songs but only 10% or 30 seconds of the song, anything else is a copyright violation. Remember if you choose to not use Soundzabound or another royalty free site you can only play your presentation for educational use and it cannot be posted on the web.

  • Soundzabound  Find an abundance of royalty free music choices using Soundzabound. Soundzabound is provided to all Wisconsin residents free of charge through BadgerLink.
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