There are many ways to make a “meme-style” image. The easiest I have found is via the Mematic app. There are a few ways you can use this app to make an image. Here is one path: 1) Take a photo, save an image, or take a screenshot of an image you would like to use. Such as… 2) Go to the Mematic app, select new meme, either take a new picture (Camera) or use an image on your iPad… Read more »
Creating With Media Challenges
Simple challenges designed to build your skills creating in visual, audio, and video forms.
Combine (or “remix”) multiple OERs from multiple sources, of multiple media types (text, image, audio, video) and create a “new” OER from them. For example: http://trusoundcamp.net/ uses tutorials on recording from NSpireD2, editing from WikiEducator, and activity challenges from the DS106 assignment bank. And the site itself is shared back openly using a Creative Commons license.
Use one of the suggested OER collections or open search tools below, and identify some open online resources that you might use in your teaching. Are they ready for you to use already? If not, what would you need to do to use them? Share them back via responses to this challenge. Utilice una de las colecciones de OER o abiertas herramientas de búsqueda de abajo, e identificar algunos recursos en línea abiertos que usted puede utilizar en su enseñanza…. Read more »
This challenge is probably easiest if you are a teacher of the sciences or mathematics. Check out the collection of Animated GIFs at http://educationalgifs.com/archive You may also search elsewhere. One technique that might work is to use the term animated gif in a Google Image search. An example for “nutrición diabetes”. Select a GIF. In the response to this challenge, paste the web address of the GIF into the appropriate field, and in the description describe why you chose the… Read more »
The repetitive nature of GIFs makes them excellent for demonstrating a process or series of activities. This short video shows a copy/paste on an iPad: A simple technique is to create a series of images, and to link them together one after another in a gif: There are two recommended tools, but each has a disadvantage: makeagif.com – is powerful and easy to use. You can make GIFs from images, videos, or online videos such as YouTube. (If you… Read more »
Mozilla’s X-Ray Goggles is a tool to learn how the web works by using it to inspect and re-edit a copy of any page on the web: X-Ray Goggles allow you to see the building blocks that make up websites on the internet, and then remix them into new creations. X-Ray Goggles lets you poke around the elements of a web page and remix them into new creations. Learn how to swap images, text, and more. Try a simple example… Read more »
Create a looping short video or stop animation sequence that illustrates a process, captures a phenomena of the world, or just creatively tells a story– published as an animated GIF. You can find no end of possible ways to created these kinds of short form video and you are more than welcome to use any tool you know of for this Challenge. The GIFBoom allows people to create and share short looping animated GIFs. The GIFBoom iPad app allows you… Read more »
Easy: Using Baiboard (or any other app that allows you to add text bubbles on top of an image), create a onesquare comic that explains or expresses how you feel about something. Eg. using your iPad for teaching, using comics with students in your course.
Combine up to nine superimposed video tracks into one message about a topic. Meet Acapella… what's going on? pic.twitter.com/45lZMWWyBY — FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 7, 2015 he killing it ??? pic.twitter.com/8Ck226xVSW — FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 8, 2015 Okay, you may not have the harmony capabilities of the featured videos tweeted by @AcapellaVideos but you ought to be able to come up with a way to create a message in a short video, either featuring your voice/audio multiple times, or done as… Read more »