Fancy yourself as the next big producer? Learn how to edit a video in iMovie and/or Windows Live Movie Maker with the Digital Families Video Editing activity guide. This activity follows on from the Family Vlogging guide, and allows you to get to grips with slightly more advanced tools and options offered within the programs.
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Vlog stands for video blog and usually consists of a series of video clips edited together and uploaded online. Vlogging has proved very popular on Youtube, with many content creators uploading daily or semi-regular vlogs for their following or ‘subscribers’. … Continue reading What Is Vlogging?
If you’re an avid watcher of PointlessBlog or Zoella, or maybe have absolutely no idea what vlogging is (if so, read our What is Vlogging? feature), this could be the activity for you and your family!
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While you’re currently looking at a blog and have probably read numerous blogs in the past, you may be wondering what differentiates them from an online magazine or website. As it can be very confusing when you’re faced with various webpages, it is important to recognise that there are key differences between all three.
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In one of our activities, we carried out Augmented Reality T-Shirt Printing with families. One question on everyone’s minds is often “What is augmented reality?”, and while the concept is fairly simple, it can sometimes be tricky to explain it in a manner that is easy to understand.
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Cyber security is an incredibly hot topic nowadays. With most of us on at least one social media platform and constantly using the internet to answer emails, make payments and everyday browsing, it is important to recognise potential threats to our security.
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Last week, Digital Families headed to Power Learners in Southbourne. We carried out a workshop with five families in which they used an app called ThingMaker to produce their own 3D robots. These were then printed during the week to be … Continue reading 3D Robots and Family Blogging @ Power Learners
This week (25 – 29 June), Bournemouth University‘s annual Festival of Learning took place. The public enjoyed taking part in activities, workshops and events all across Bournemouth and further afield, including talks from National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Alastair Humphreys, interactive fossil fun and … Continue reading Digital Families @ BU’s Festival of Learning
Love the idea of blogging but never known how to? Want a new way to document your family’s outings, holidays or lifestyle? Continue reading “Family Blogging Activity Guide”
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