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Action Research using the Ken Burns effect in iMovie
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|Title:||Action Research using the Ken Burns effect in iMovie|
|Contributors:||Menchaca, Michael (instructor)|
|Keywords:||iMovie's Ken Burns effect|
|Date Issued:||14 Apr 2011|
|Citation:||Aki, C. (2011, April 14). Action research project evaluating curriculum revisions using iMovie’s Ken Burns effect. PowerPoint presented at the 16th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference.|
|Abstract:||This action research project evaluated a revised annual student multimedia iMovie unit by focusing on how to present pictures in video by 31 sixth grade students at a rural Molokai school. The curriculum design was revised to teach more learners how to manipulate still pictures in a video project. The action research project evaluated the modifications and revisions to the still pictures module using a technique called the Ken Burns Effect. Results indicated that most students could use the effect and therefore manipulate still pictures in a technically correct manner. Project implications for the future suggested revising other rubric module elements rather than isolating just one aspect.|
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ETEC 690, Spring 2011|
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