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BA 4 is a multi-media project over a group selected, pre-19th century novel from the list you were given early in the semester. You will create an electronic "poster" using the website www.glogster.com.


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Mr. Brown's Class click here:
Mr. Brown's Glogster example click here: http://linwil20.edu.glogster.com/brown-ba4-hunger-games/

See my example

(I used Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games) -->







Resources for this project



1. Electronic Poster Site: Glogster

2. Music: Jamendo

3. Picture of the cover of the novel: Round Rock High School's e-Library

4. Video clip that has thematic connection to novel: Youtube

5. Symbols/images that are present in the work: Flickr CC Bluemountains

6. Citing your sources: Son of Citation Machine



Electronic Poster Site: Glogster





Video created by Amy Lott with Jing


Music: Jamendo


To get appropriate music, follow these steps:

1. At the bottom of the screen, click on the gray text that says "Creative Commons"

2. The very top row of albums is labeled "Attribution." To see more click directly underneath that row on "more albums"

3. You can search by mood/feeling words to narrow down your choices, ex: happy.

4. Choose an album

5. To listen to a song, click on the triangle to the left of the song title

6. Choose a song by clicking on the title

7. Click "Download"

8. Click "Download" again

9. Right-click on the information bar at the top of the screen and click "Download File"

10. Click "Save," then put it in your personal 001 folder




Format for music citation:

Author. "Title of Song." Title of site . Web. Date accessed. URL.
Ex: Mad Mav. "Steel Concrete." Jamendo . Web. 1 Dec 2010. http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/414943

Picture of the cover of the novel: Round Rock High School's e-Library


To get a picture of the cover of the novel, follow these steps:

1. Click on the link to get to Round Rock High School's e-Library page

2. In the search box, type in the title of your novel and click "Title"

3. Choose a book

4. Right click on the picture of the book and choose "Save Picture As"

5. Put it in your personal 001 folder


hunger_games.jpg


Format for book cover citation:

Artist. Make up a brief descriptive title for the image. Copyright Date. Publisher, Publication City. Title of site . Web. Date accessed.
Ex: O'Brien, Tim. Cover art for The Hunger Games. 2008. Scholastic, New York. e-Library. Web. 23 Nov 2010.


Video clip that has thematic connection to novel: Youtube

To get a video clip, follow these steps:

1. Go to YouTube, then type in a keyword that indicates your book's theme and click "Search"

2. Click on the thumbnail picture to watch a video

3. Once you've chosen your video, click on the tab underneath the video that says "Share"

4. Right-click on the URL and "Copy"

5. Next, go into Glogster

6. From your "Magnet Tool" toolbar, Click on "Video"

7. Then, click on the tab that says "Link"

8. Right-click and "Paste" the URL into the box, then click "Add To Your Files"






Format for video citation:

Author. "Video Title." Title of site. Web. Date accessed. URL.
Ex: "Man & the Machine." YouTube. Web. 23 Nov 2010. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2l4lgfDLgA



Symbols/images that are present in the work: Flickr CC Bluemountains


To add the attribution to the bottom of the photos, follow these steps:

1. Enter a search term in the search box

2. Select the photo you want, and it will show up bigger on the right-hand side of the screen.

3. Directly above the photo are two choices, edit image: a) "in house" and b) "using Picnik." Choose "in house" .

4. Click "Add Attribution >>"

5. Right click on the photo, and select "Save Picture As," then put it in your personal 001 folder


berries.jpg

Format for photo citation:

Author. "Image Title." Title of site. Web. Date accessed. URL.
Ex: "Autumn Berries." Flickr. Web. 23 Nov 2010. http://www.flickr.com/photos/18886807@N00/4100335165


Citing your sources: Son of Citation Machine

To get citations for your works cited, follow these steps:

1. Click on the type of format you want - for this project, probably "MLA"

2. Choose what type of resource you're using from the menu on the left-hand side of the page - for this project, most of the time you're going to want to use "Web-based Images or Videos"

3. Enter the information requested into the boxes, and then click "Submit"

4. Highlight the citation, right-click, and "Copy"

5. Paste into your Glogster