Songhai Concepts

Media Literacy/Digital Archiving Instructor

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Digital Archiving Survey #10

Monday, March 23, 2009

Digital Archiving Survey #9

Friday, March 20, 2009

Digital Archiving Class Through 3/20/09

I hope this slideshow gives you a clear idea of the work all Digital Archiving students are responsible for as of 3/20/09. See me right away if you have questions about any of the assignments.



H Songhai
3/20/09

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Convert WAV files to MP3 Format With iTunes

This short slideshow reviews some of the steps you need to take to convert your Audacity WAV files over to MP3 format using iTunes. Once you convert your Audacity generated WAV files over to MP3 format, you will need to delete the original WAV files as they are very large files and take up valuable space on your hard drive.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Digital Archiving Survey #8

Friday, March 13, 2009

Digital Archiving Students

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Pandora Liner Notes and Sampler

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Use Windows MovieMaker to create complementary liner notes for your Pandora Radio Compilations. MovieMaker affords you a few more bells and whistles than Google Presentation. If you have a headset/microphone you may add your voice to your liner notes project.

The liner notes/sampler above was assembled using Audacity for the audio and MovieMaker for the motion. First, create the audio sampler in Audacity by cutting and joining short musical statements from the hour long audio track. Export the audio sampler to your music folder. Try to keep the audio sampler under two minutes and thirty seconds.

Next, import the short audio sampler into MovieMaker. Create titles in MovieMaker to display the song titles and import photographs of the artists/composers.

See me if you have questions, ideas or suggestions.

H Songhai
3/10/09

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Monday, March 09, 2009

Classwork 3-9-09

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

All Aboard!

Here is an example of the "Liner Notes" all Digital Archiving students are responsible for creating. The "Liner Notes" serve as a complement to the Pandora Compilations that you are currently editing and compiling in class.



All students must create a Liner Notes presentation in Google Docs for each Pandora compilation your edit. The Liner Notes must be published and embedded onto your blog.

Today, you need to begin editing Pandora Radio Compilation #126 (Jazz). Click here for song list #126. See me for a copy of the actual audio file.

H Songhai
3/4/09

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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow