This is the final screen shot. Notice the storyboard at the bottom. The video should be on top so that you can superimpose it on top of your image easily.
Upload your picture and then use the edit button to edit the image. You can see that my low budget day even included taking the picture on a school table!
Editing is so easy!
Rotate and resize the picture to fit the screen the way you want it to look!
Then import the video clip you want to use on top of the image and rotate and resize it. Remember to be sure that the video is on the top line for the storyboard!
Use the Chroma tool to "remove" the green background and set the video over the image.
You can resize the video and place it over the image where you want it! Brilliant!
It is addictive! Create a video! Use Do Ink! Now I can't wait to try the animation app and add more bells and whistles to my videos! Do Ink has a tutorial too! Click here to see their tutorial!
Infographics are tools used in business on a regular basis for delivery of content in a digital format. Simple, concise, and easy to share ( with low MB use ) they are also flexible for classrooms too. We have found great uses for several tools in creating infographics including Piktochart, Easel.ly and several others you can explore. Here are some quick reference samples and a cheat sheet for you to explore with as well!
Piktochart in 5 easy steps...
Mindfulness example in PDF form
Mindfulness in long infographic form
MYP Global Context Infographic on Place #1
MYP Global Infographic on Place #2
Educator Examples: (Inquiry Infographic for Students, Inquiry Infographic with Leading Questions)
Explanation of the use of the infographics above.
Using Easel.ly with primary sources.
Professional Development Sample from INNEDCO: (Two of us created this to share information about another tool SMORE )
GREAT reminders on infographic creation
Other Infographic Tools for Reference:
Gliffy (More for diagramming)