Today’s Tech Tuesday is the first of a series of three sessions on creating your iMovie.
Station One: Collect Media
If you don’t have your own photos and videos from your classroom or vacation, you’ll need to collect media (images, video clips and audio) that is free and fair to use in your new project.
Just like you don’t want anyone using your creative works in a way you didn’t intend, we should be fair to authors and artists around the world and heed their copyright wishes.
Ms. Katy’s favorite sites for Copyright-Free/Copyright-Fair Media
- Creative Commons Search – Don’t know anything about Creative Commons? Visit these earlier posts on Fair Use and watch the video about A Shared Culture.
- Internet Archive – Great resource for Video & Audio
- Other Resources for Free and Fair Use Media
Station Two: Start your iMovie Project
iMovie Tutorials –My apologies in advance. Morgan Freeman wasn’t available for narration, so we had to settle for Ms. Katy.
Prefer not to listen to the songbird that is Ms. Katy? Check out the iMovie – How To Guide created by our very own Ms. Sheila Allan.
Station Three: How Do I…?
What questions do you have? Next week’s Tech Tuesday will be dedicated to making your iMovie fancy as we look at some of the bells and whistles iMovie has to offer. Respond to this post with what you want to know about how to make your iMovie fantastic.