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Snag It - tech-ed-workshops

 

Title: SnagIt: What You Need to Know About Screen Capture, Editing

Presenter: Matt Pierce Room #: 203B

Date: 3/26/2007 @ 12:15:00 PM - 1:15:00 PM

Category: Hands-on Computer Lab

Theme: ELearning

Sub Theme: Digital Media & Resources: Harnessing The Power

Ed Level: ALL EDUCATIONAL LEVELS

Tech. Prof.: ALL TECHNOLOGY LEVELS, ALL EDUCATIONAL LEVELS, ALL POSITIONS


School Newspaper, Banners, Posters, and Bulletin Boards

Presenter: Heather Chirtea Room #: 200B

Date: 3/26/2007 @ 3:45:00 PM - 4:45:00 PM

Category: Hands-on Computer Lab

Theme: Digital Media & Resources: Harnessing The Power

Sub Theme: Interactive & Collaborative Learning Communities

Tech. Prof.: NEW TO TECHNOLOGY, ALL EDUCATIONAL LEVELS, ALL POSITIONS

 

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Organization: Tool Factory/Olympus

Description: If you love printed projects, then this is the seminar for you! Free subscription to Elementary Zone, plus free software.

Abstract: If you love printed projects, then this is the seminar for you! Start by reviewing exemplary projects, then follow along with the instructor to develop a simple one-page newsletter. Combine pictures and captions, create an advertisement and get easy tips for text and photo rotation. Next we’ll develop a wide format newspaper with digital pictures, multiple columns, and headlines. Make decisions on layout, page size, and explore a myriad of publishing options. Consider having students develop a “Front page of the New York Times” that can be printed it out on nothing more than a conventional 8.5”X11” printer. We’ll show you how to “piece together” a wide-format printed project. Apply these same skills to develop wide banners and larger posters. Combine your favorite digital photos with the school’s logo to create a rousing banner for the lobby, or have the students participate in a poster contest. If you are planning to make hallway displays, we’ll show you some tricks for creating colorful and attractive bulletin boards. Experiment with paint tools that emulate felt tip, water color and pastels. These same tools can be used to create stunning backgrounds for slide shows, websites and banners. Create gradient backgrounds in sunset colors, with simple bucket fill tools. Create a watermark from a photograph, and smudge together fantastic backdrops for your PowerPoint slide shows, with just a few mouse clicks. Attendees receive a comprehensive lesson plan packet with loads of publishing ideas, a free subscription to Elementary Zone, plus a free copy of Fresco or Tool Factory Workshop (worth $199).

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