Digital Tools for Design, Creation, Images and Copyright
Participate and share : Interactive lecture
James Allen Nancy Jo Lambert
With endless images available in a Google search, learn about targeted tools for creation and design while utilizing Creative Commons and digital citizenship skills. Leave with resources for image curation, learn the process of image creation and learn about tools that educators can use to help students create images.
|Audience:||Library media specialists, Teachers, Coaches|
|Attendee devices:||Devices required|
|Attendee device specification:||Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||GSuite for Education
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
The purpose of this session is to help educators understand that images have copyright, and educators and students cannot just go to Google and grab and use any image they want. We also want to introduce some new design tools to participants and help them understand basic design concepts how to be creative in ethical and legal ways. Once educators have a better grasp of this design and creative process, they can then pass this learning on to their students.
5 min - Introduction - This will include some copyright basics, a brief explanation of Creative Commons licenses, the importance of modeling ethical use of images for our students, and a display of a few finished example products.
10 min - Tools - We will discuss three of the tools attendees will use to complete their creations including Google Slides, Canva, and Genially.
10 min - Image Sources - We will explore a few sources of digital images and content attendees will use to complete their creations. This section will likely incorporate some peer-to-peer interaction and sharing.
25 min - Process - During this segment we will discuss and share strategies for image inspiration, creativity, and design. We will continuously go back and discuss specific tasks and model the use of a variety of image-manipulation software and websites. Attendees will begin to create their own images with plenty of time for individual feedback and sharing with the presenters and other attendees.
10 min - Follow up - This will be a time for specific questions and answers. Attendees will also begin to share their finished designs and images using a Padlet or other interactive social sharing platform.
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Nancy Jo Lambert is a Google Certified Trainer with friEdtechnology and high school teacher-librarian in Frisco, TX at Reedy High School. She is a presenter advocating for libraries by telling the story of the learning happening in her library. She holds positions in TLA, TCEA, ALA, AASL, and TASL. She was named TCEA Library Media Specialist of the Year the American Association of School Librarians Social Media Superstar Curriculum Champion in 2019. She is also a co-founder of #TeachPride and EduPrideAlliance. She is known for sharing her professional work on her library on Twitter @NancyJoLambert and her website reedylibrary.com.
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