This will make an excellent assignment for the updated version of my Advanced Multimedia and Video spring course. Since students are only given the option of using Windows XP in a Dell computer lab, I’m going to have them use PhotoStory3 (free, thanks Bill), Flickr Creative Commons images, and FreePlayMusic to create a similar copyright-respectful and creative digital story as their first mini-project.
It will be fun and instructive. I’m sure of it! 🙂
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