#AEADR Royalty-free music, digital citizenship & creative school projects - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
Here is the presentation.
It says I need permission
Wavelet - https://wakelet.com/wake/mjN_XH7ZLwfbrqGdHn4qu
I’ll open it uP!
Refresh and see if it works.
Here is the link to the presentation again - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17AmyVo_MkoumQdh9vpjZL9ZZeYdeIcuQgJkyn_jdtHA/edit#slide=id.g35f391192_00
You can also go directly www.soundzabound.com and use your AEA credentials
Please let me know if you need a building username/password. Thank you!
Spanish is a category
I followed Cari's link to go to Soundzabound and it didn't ask me to log in. Did I do something wrong?
The login is in the top corner. You can search before you login.
It could be because you've already logged into the CRAEA databases previously.
However, they may have more tracks than we have currently in the collection.
Let me know, Melanie.
I'm still not seeing the Log in in the corner.
Never mind! Found it!
was that one clip or different versions (lengths) of the same clip? Just curious.
Jolene—sometimes they provide the same clip in three different lengths.
Right, just wondering if he used just one long one or if he fused a couple.
He may have repeated the clip as well.
As a librarian, I love the idea of the students coming up with a story to go with the music!!!
I have to head to another meeting. :) Have a great afternoon.
Jolene-they could also pick out music that they feel suits the mood of books they read. I love the idea of using this with stories.
What program do you use to create videos?
Will we be getting to the part of how to actually USE the clips of music?
WeVideo is an online program also
Thank you Terry! Lots of good info!
I like iMovie too.
WeVideo is a pretty easy video creator to use.
YES! Thanks, Kristine!
I love WeVideo!
We have chrome books too, so I’m interested.
Thank you for the Wakelet, Dianna!
If you want more information on International Dot Day, which I mentioned earlier. www.thedotclub.org it’s inspired by Peter H. Reynolds’ book, The Dot. All about creativity.
Thank you! Great ideas and information!
Thanks for the lesson!
Thanks again, for presenting these!