ET620 Multimedia Design in the Classroom
This page is designed to point to some resources for students
taking ET620 with Dr.
Marcovitz in the Spring 2015 semester. Click on any of the
pointers below to find the information you need. While I will
try to maintain this site with up-to-date information, you must
attend class to get final versions of any assignments. If there
is a conflict between any information given in class and any
on this site, the information given in class should be considered
accurate. (If you have stumbled upon this site before the start
of the semester, you may use this as a guide for the kinds of
assignments that will be required for the class and the kinds
of topics that will be covered. However, everything is subject
to change before the semester starts.)
- Agenda 1
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Computer Lab Access
PowerPoint and VBA
Graphics and Images and Media
- Need to cite a picture but forgot where you got it? Use
this Web site to find it.
- Introduction to graphic formats, including:
bitmapped vs. vector graphics; and JPEG, TIFF, GIF.
- Basic introduction to graphic formats,
concentrating on BMP, GIF, and JPEG.
- Good description of compression technology in the
context of the web and GIF and JPEG graphics.
- Tutorial about GIF, JPEG, and PNG formats
- Download properly attributed, Creative Commons photos for school
- Source of Creative Commons licensed images
- Search for media that is licensed under Creative
Commons licensing, giving you restricted (but fairly broad) rights to
use it without asking permission
- Information about search options on Google's Picasa,
explaining how you can search based on copyright status
- Lots of public domain and Creative Commons sound
- Music that can be freely incorporated into
educational multimedia projects by students.
Copyright and Creative Commons
Send email to Dr. Marcovitz at email@example.com.
Send email to the class (enrolled students only) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: January 20, 2015
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