features of sample online video editing tools Note that all of these tools are appropriate for students aged 13+ yrs.
Digital Presence considerations
- plan this video production activity as you would any other writing activity.
- a good rule of thumb for allotted time is 60% on the actual planning process and 40% on the media application.
- pre-screen the video production tool and its features.
- if classroom registration on a website is required, do so well in advance of the video activity.
- planning should be constructed with the program specifics (themes, characters, backgrounds, recordability, images etc) in
- prior to moving to the online work, demonstrate the tool with your
class as a whole.
- see if controls are in place to address inappropriate content.
- examine the privacy concerns for students in any online registration required.
- look for classroom registration options, to manage FOIP concerns.
- address copyright issues with regard to images, clips and other media that students wish to include in their own video production.
- examine saving and posting requirements and/or policies in light of child privacy and safety.
- become familiar with Creative Commons licensing.
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