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					Presenting Multimedia

Computing & Information Services
    Academic Technology
Use technology
to enhance your
teaching.
  Using Multimedia for Teaching
“Technology, indeed, can have positive benefits,"
      he says. "But those benefits depend
        on how the technology is used.”




            Harold Wenglinsky, Associate Research Scientist at the Princeton, N.J.
                           http://www.teachermag.net/sreports/tc98/ets/ets-n.htm
 Using Multimedia for Teaching
“Consider that we remember:
10% of what we read.
20% if we hear it.
30% if we can see visuals related to what
    we're hearing.
50% if we watch someone do something while
    explaining it.

But almost 90%, if we do the job ourselves —
if only as a simulation…
 Using Multimedia for Teaching
     …In other words, interactive multimedia
--properly developed and properly implemented--
       could revolutionize education.” (Menn)




                    http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/mltmedia.html
                        Educause 2006:
                        A nonprofit association whose mission is to
                        advance higher education by promoting the
                        intelligent use of information technology.


2006 Horizon Report: Current Trends
          Social Computing: Tools have matured, online communication
                            and collaboration have increased

Cell phones and Mp3 players: Delivery content to mobile and personal
                             technology

               Collaboration: Critical across the range of educational activities

     Individualized Services: Example: The myUNH Blackboard Portal



                         http://www.educause.edu/LibraryDetailPage/666?ID=CSD4387
    The Importance of Multimedia
   Explaining information quickly
   Memory triggers from a lecture
   Emotional impact
   Demonstrating applied intelligence
   Contextualizing information & remembering it


      “Remember that part where they said…
       man, that was the best line ever.”
              The Impact of Video
Tying it all together:
 Place & time
 Applied knowledge
 Effects on environment




                              UNH Video Services
     Creating the Video Material
Before you begin:
 Critical thinking and meaningful footage
 How can you use the media to explain the experience?
 What do you want students to know, understand and remember?
    Creating the Video Material
Tools:

Free (already on your computer)

                 Windows Movie Maker              Apple IMovie


Professional Tools ($)   MAC: Apple - Final Cut Pro
                          PC: Pinnacle - Studio Plus Titanium
    Emotional Impact
September 11th, 2001 Documentary Project
    Interview with a student in Naples, Italy




                                            Library of Congress
Historical Impact - Point in Time




                        Library of Congress
         Informational Webcasts
Managing Knowledge and Technology in a Digital Context
            (Five-Part Educational Series)

 How & Where Blogs Work
 Universal Access to Knowledge
 Quantum Computing
 Is this Digital after All?
 From the Page to Electrons




                                         Library of Congress
               Ways to Use Video
Where can I host video clips?
How can I access video clips for a class?
 Blackboard & the Bb video server
 PowerPoint
 Flash storage
 Web sites
 DVD’s




             http://bbvideo.unh.edu/Content/fitsi/Open%20Ocean
                     %20Aquaculture%20FITSI%20C1.wmv

                             Aquaculture Video
     UNH Copyright Information
CIS and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
http://www.unh.edu/cis/dmca/




                  Contact the company if you have questions.
                  Tell them who you are & why you are using the media.
               Getting More Help
                         Video Services
                        http://at.unh.edu/video

                            603.862.1698

Scott Jones, Video Services Manager
scott.jones@unh.edu

Monthly Desktop Video Demonstrations
http://training.unh.edu
                                           Where can I edit videos?
                                            On your laptop!
                                            Library 521
                                            McConnell Cluster
           The Impact of Audio
How long? Seconds to minutes
When to play it? Beginning of class/End of class

       Famous speeches: Martin Luther King Jr.
       Informational: NPR news story
       Creating an environment: audio in the background
     The Impact of Simulations
PBS Interactive: The Sinking of the Andrea Doria
                The Impact of Audio
 “For me, an important goal of any general-education course is to make
  connections between fields of knowledge.”

 “[Music] eases tensions for both students and teacher and also serves as a
  valuable bridge to the more difficult core material that will follow.”

 “I play the music during the last few minutes of the walk-in period prior to the
  beginning of class”

 “The lecture usually starts with an explanation of the relationship of the music
  to the subject to be discussed.”

 “[Student] responses have made it worthwhile for me to continue bringing
  astronomy and music together for my students each teaching day.”

                                                     Eberhard Moebius, UNH Professor
                                        Space Science Center and Department of Physics
                Ways to use Audio
How can I access audio clips for a class?
 Blackboard & the Bb video server
 PowerPoint
 Flash storage
 Websites
 CD’s




                          Adding Audio
                          http://bbvideo.unh.edu/Content/Dan2004CD2/1.wma

                          Music Clip
     Creating the Audio Material
Before you begin:
 How can you use the media to explain the experience?
 What do you want students to know, understand and remember?
    Creating the Audio Material
Tools:

Free (already on your computer)

                  Windows Movie Maker               Apple IMovie



Free (download)    Audacity – read tutorials on website


Professional Tools ($)   MAC: Apple - Final Cut Pro
                          PC: Pinnacle - Studio Plus Titanium
               Getting More Help
                         Video Services
                        http://at.unh.edu/video

  Audio                     603.862.1698

Scott Jones, Video Services Manager
scott.jones@unh.edu




                                           Where can I edit audio?
                                            On your laptop!
                                            Library 521
                                            McConnell Cluster
The Impact of Images
The Impact of Images
The Impact of Images




              UNH Photographic Services
The Impact of Images




                 Library of Congress
The Boston, Concord, and Montreal Railroad from Concord
  to Haverhill, N.H. by Wm. P. Crocker & Charles Morgan.




                                      1845, Library of Congress
Portrait of Charlie Parker, Tommy Potter, Miles Davis, Duke Jordan,
and Max Roach; the Three Deuces, New York, N.Y., ca. Aug. 1947.




                                                 Library of Congress
Alexander Graham Bell's design sketch of the telephone.




                                   ca. 1876, Library of Congress
Frank Lloyd Wright Home, 428 Forest Ave., Oak Park,
       Cook County, IL – Children’s Playroom




                                         Library of Congress
               Getting More Help
                    Photographic Services
                       http://at.unh.edu/photo

                            603.862.2432

Doug Prince, Photographic Services Manager
doug.prince@unh.edu

Monthly Desktop Scanning Demonstrations
http://training.unh.edu
                                           Where can I edit photos?
                                            On your laptop!
                                            Library 521
                                            McConnell Cluster
Searching for Multimedia
   Every Company’s home page:




      Library of Congress: American Memory Project
      PBS
      The History Channel
        Questions?

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