Know-how within the service of studying is the muse of the work that we do at EdTechTeacher. Whereas know-how can present efficiencies for educators, permit for streamlined instruction, and facilitates distribution of digital assignments, we attempt to embrace know-how within the palms of scholars as a creation platform. There are numerous instruments out there for college kids to create with know-how, instruments the place they will categorical their understanding, distinctive perspective, story or strategy to an idea. Video has change into a staple of scholar creation in lots of lecture rooms as a result of the barrier to entry and the bar for creating has been lowered considerably within the latest years. Nonetheless, not all college students are snug with video creation or being on digital camera. That is the place multimedia creation with audio playing cards can play a task that also permits for inventive expression by multimedia, however not with the demand and strain related to being on digital camera.
What’s an Audio Card?
An audio card is basically a visible with a layer of audio layered on high of the visible that’s represented as an animated wave file. As the amount or depth of the audio file will increase, the visualized wave file peaks greater and because the quantity decreases the audio file flattens barely. The ultimate product created or exported is a video file, however the fantastic thing about this strategy is that the concepts, audio and background picture are the one components included within the last output.
Creating Audio Playing cards!
There may be an exceptionally intuitive and free internet software, Kapwing, that permits creators to construct audio playing cards! The method may be very straight ahead and is printed step-by-step within the video walk-through beneath.
If this multimedia creation thought is beneficial, contemplate becoming a member of me this summer season for an EdTechTeacher summer season workshop. Creation concepts like this and lots of extra will probably be totally explored and demonstrated in:
Audio & Video 101: Integrating Multimedia into Instruction & Scholar Initiatives.