Flash Player Links

posted May 25, 2012, 11:15 AM by Ryan McGuire   [ updated May 25, 2012, 11:16 AM ]

Go to this website to get the flash player picture:
Upload the picture to your website, and link the picture to this page:

It will look like this:
Get Flash Player

Making a Website - More Resources

posted May 11, 2012, 10:54 AM by Unknown user

Once you are finished with Weebly, Sign up for a wix account and make a fancy wix page!

Wix Resources and Tutorials
Ask the teacher for the access code to view the tutorials

Great Web Design

posted Apr 23, 2012, 11:41 AM by Unknown user

Bad Web Design

posted Apr 23, 2012, 11:19 AM by Unknown user

How to Build a Website with Weebly

posted Apr 14, 2012, 11:45 AM by Ryan McGuire   [ updated Apr 14, 2012, 11:48 AM ]

Watch this Video to see a website being created live with Weebly.
To learn more about how to build a website like a pro, go here

Websites and Research

posted Mar 21, 2012, 2:20 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Apr 11, 2012, 10:36 AM ]

For our next unit, we will be creating websites with Weebly. Weebly is a quick and easy way to create websites, but it can be as complicated as your experience and expertise will allow!

We will be completing a class project that outlines the importance of knowing multimedia, and about how you can grow and even profit from your knowledge.

You will each be assigned a user name and password, and you will create your very own web portal based on one of the criteria provided in class.

To log-in to your site, enter your username and password here:

Final Project - Music

posted Mar 6, 2012, 9:43 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Mar 6, 2012, 9:48 AM ]

The final project is due at the end of class, Wednesday, March 28th 2012. You will have been given a total of 4.5 class periods to complete the assignment.

Remember: I made an "A grade" example right in front of you in less than 40 minutes, so I expect that you can do at least the same quality work in the amount of time I've given you. The biggest factor to your success will be whether or not you took the time to complete all of the tutorials, and whether or not you have spent the time learning the ins and outs of either Reaper or Trakax.

If you have questions about program specifics, don't hesitate to ask.

Here is the link to the assignment

Reaper Getting Started Videos

posted Feb 10, 2012, 9:43 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Feb 10, 2012, 10:11 AM ]

Multimedia Office Hours For Exam Week

posted Jan 18, 2012, 8:19 PM by Unknown user

If you need to come in to put finishing touches on your work, you can do so until next Wednesday. If you project is not in by Thursday DURING SCHOOL HOURS, it will receive a grade of zero. I need to have everything marked by Thursday night, so I'm really throwing you a bone (hopefully no one truly needs it)!

Here are my office hours next week
Monday - 9am - 2:40pm
Tuesday -  9am - 2:40pm
Wednesday - 1pm - 3pm
Thursday - none

Tutorials, Examples and Rubric

posted Jan 16, 2012, 9:04 PM by Unknown user

Here is a simple tutorial to remind you about how to use windows movie maker to finish your animations.

For those of you who decide to use Track Axe to polish your movies, the program has many tutorials built right into the program. You can access them using the help feature in the program.
Here are some video tutorials to get you started:

When you finish your movie, you should have two files. The first file should be a 30 second clip of your choice. The second file should be the full movie.

Here is the rubric I will use to grade your projects.

Here is an example of a the type of smoothness you want to achieve in your video

Here is an example of a stop motion with decent sound effects, excellent movement, creative camera work, and a good storyline.

Here is an example of a stop motion with a simple but effective storyline. Notice that the storyline does not have to include complex things to get full marks ... I want to at least be able to see a progression of events that make sense. You can tell right away that the video is about building something, and the end result is that something gets built. If people are not able to tell what the basic idea of your video is as they are watching it, then there is a problem.

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