WeVideo account creation
To create a personal WeVideo account that will be connected to NEO’s administrative account, click on this link to sign up. If you already have a personal account, enter 69CGL64KQTBQ on your account page to link to NEO’s account.
- NEO’s account provides free storage for each user to create several videos without the WeVideo watermark.
- It also allows faculty to find students’ published videos.
- All faculty who have administrative access, will also have access to all student created videos, but no one will have access to videos in your personal account until you publish them.
- For more help setting up an account, visit https://wevideo.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/829119-how-do-i-setup-a-wevideo-account-.
Multimedia copyright/permission policy
Please review and accept NEO’s multimedia copyright/permission policy: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wU3ROYSLw6JpG3ZsICrQlHeIBncpW6KFvdDJus309AQ/viewform.
Equipment is available for check-out. The types of technology that faculty, staff and students can borrow for school related projects includes:
- Go-Pro video cameras that include “selfie sticks” and harnesses to wear them
- Professional quality mobile microphones
- High resolution still cameras
- Mobile lighting for indoor recording
Utilize the Mac computer lab inside the American Indian Center for Excellence on the lower floor of Kahne Hall. Adobe photo editing software is loaded on the machines in this lab. The lab is available unless a class is in session.
Audio recording studio
An audio recording booth is also available. The audio recording booth buffers outside noise/echo and includes a high quality microphone, interface and computer. Instructions for use of the equipment will be displayed inside of the booth. Reservations for use of the booth are required. The audio recording booth is located in the TV studio in the Fine Arts building, second floor. In the event of technical problems, contact the IT department.
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Resources for creating video and audio stories
- Short WeVideo tutorial videos ranging from basic to advanced: https://www.wevideo.com/academy
- Center for Digital Storytelling: storycenter.org
- Max Avery Lichenstein music library. If you use any of Max’s music, please include one of the following at the end of your Digital Story:
“Music Courtesy of Max Avery Lichenstein” or “Featuring Music by Max Avery Lichenstein”
- Sound and image sources:
- Audacity audio recording tutorial:
- Elements of photography video:
- Royalty free music sources:
- Interview question ideas from Storycorp:
- Interview tips:
- Tips to make your story stand out:
- Video production tips:
- Beat writer’s block:
- Ted Talks “How to tell a story” playlist:
- How stories are told around the world:
- Script Timer
- Center for Digital Storytelling training webinars:
- Digital Storytelling online course:
- Digital Storytelling Process (script writing and story circle peer sharing/editing):
- Descriptions of course projects from NEO faculty syllabi:
- Rachel Jackson’s rubric:
- Tips and Ideas from curriculum integration summer 2015 workshops:
- Examples of evaluation rubrics:
- 21st Century literacies addressed by Digital Storytelling:
- More about 21st Century skills:
- Pinterest Digital Storytelling Apps and Graphics:
- Copyright and Educational Fair Use legal information:
- Digital Storytelling Research:
- Using Adobe Spark: