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Video production or vlog resources

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YouTube: 90 tutorial videos for making videos

 

Schools devoted to filmmaking

 

MySimpleShow

 

Garcia, A. (2015). Vlogging, Teens, and Literacy: Engaging Youth. School Library Journal

 

Five Ways to Share Videos Without YouTube

 

ProjectEd: Teaching Through Community-Driven Video Production

 

Adventr: Platform for creating interactive videos

 

Film.Ed: San Francisco Film Society: Resources on making films

 

Media Breaker: Remix Tool to Foster the Next Generation of Jon Stewarts

 

Media Breaker: Video editing tool for critiquing media messages 

 

Frank Baker: Apps for media literacy and video production

 

Videobook: Learning from YouTube, MIT Press

 

Examples of transmedia documentary video production that combines different forms

 

iPhone apps for video production and editing

 

Stroome: Video editing tool for remixing and mashups

 

WeVideo: Video editing in the cloud

 

Flipagram

 

Using YouTube Annotations to create interactive videos for flipped classrooms

 

Central High School, St. Paul: Student videos

 

Eyejot: Send short video messages to students via email

 

Digital production equipment (camcorders/recorders/mics, etc.) for check out (from the College or Curriculum Library)

 

Tate Movie Project: Creating animation films for ages 5-13 (could be used with Crosswinds students)

 

Instructions for using Media Mill for storing and sharing links to videos

 

Instructions for using the Kodak Zi8 camcorder (available for check out from AIT, CEHD, Burton Hall).

 

The Ultimate Guide to Filmmaking: Lots of production tips

 

Connecticut student films

 

Kevin Leander: Composing with Old and New Media: students creating digital videos

 

Guerrilla Video: Adjudicating the Credible and the Cool: Examining professional video productions

 

Making Videos on the Web

 

The Media Spot: Media Literacy through Production

 

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation: Virtual Academy: videos on TV production

 

Tel.A.Vision: Designed for schools for students' video production

 

Eagan High School: Student produced news videos

 

Minnesota Video Bloggers: The Best and the Brighest

 

Vlog production tutorials

 

Copyright and Fair Use in Media Literacy

 

Ypulse: blog on youth media

 

Minnesota blogs

 

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