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Royalty Free Music for eLearning

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Recently a fellow member of the Instructional Design & E-Learning Professionals' Group (14K+ of members) asked " If anyone know of where to find royalty free background music for training? " As you can understand this question was the inspiration for the following list that contains Royalty Free Music websites for eLearning. Royalty Free Music Library is proud to offer one of the largest offerings of online broadcast-quality royalty free music anywhere on the web.

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Imagined futures 3: Music

Learning with 'e's

Photo from Wikimedia Commons I recently visited the Science Gallery in Dublin where they had several exhibits dedicated to sonic science - the science (and art) of making sounds. The DX7 was one of the first digital commercially available (affordable) polyphonic synthesisers to be equipped with MIDI - or Musical Instrument Digital Interface. For sustained sounds such as strings I turned to other synthesisers such as the Roland Juno 106.

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Creative processes

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Steve Wheeler More often than not, one thing leads to another. Particularly where creativity is concerned, I have learnt that one small event, thought or action can trigger several more, and you never know where the sequence will take you. and the creative process continues.

Top 43 Websites for Free & Paid Stock Video Footage

learnWorlds

Make your online school’s story come to life with movement and sound to grab attention quickly. CuteStockFootage offers a lot of clips and shots for your video & sound projects. 8 Flickr Creative Commons. 31 YouTube Creative Commons.

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Bowie, Prince and teacher legacy

Learning with 'e's

It has been called 'the year the music died'. Each of these stars has left behind a legacy of their work, in the form of sound recordings, movies, interviews and videos of their performances. Many teachers don't leave movies or videos or sound recordings behind when they shuffle off this mortal coil do they? 2016 comedy education entertainment learning music TechnologySo far, 2016 has been a very bad year for celebrities.

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Copyright and Intellectual Property in Instructional Design

Obsidian Learning

In learning and development, and instructional and graphics design, it can be tempting to use such resources to demonstrate a procedure (YouTube video), illustrate a point (funny photo/meme), or simply improve the auditory and/or visual presentation of your content (sound effects/cool graphics). Copyright and intellectual property laws remain in effect, and your company and/or clients could face liability issues if the deliverables you present contain music, images, videos, etc.,

Review: Adobe Spark

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Spark Page allows you to create image-rich web pages, and Spark Video helps you make professional looking and sounding short videos. There’s also a selection of royalty free music you can pick from – or upload your own – to give your video some personality.

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Danger illustrated

Learning with 'e's

Then there was Maria von Trapp (played by Julie Andrews in the movie musical The Sound of Music. She used a combination of sounds, imagery and mnemonics to teach the children to sing. Photo from various sources to numerous to list here Danger illustrated by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Students often struggle with critical thinking.

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The Red House opens

Learning with 'e's

The Red House houses PSCA - the newly established Plymouth School for the Creative Arts. Situated in the heart of Plymouth's drab dockland area of Millbay, it is a colourful haven for creativity and self expression. Some of the children performing at the Red House opening As leader of this creative community, Dave Strudwick has a progressive vision for the curriculum of the Red House. creativity education learning Plymouth PSCA Red House Technology

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Opening up #learning: Forms and formats

Learning with 'e's

This brought together two of the most potent human senses of sight and sound, and later, as programmed texts became available to accompany television, we exploited what psychologist Allan Paivio described as the dual cognitive facilities of imagen (visual) and logogen (speech and writing) processing. Knowledge can be represented in many forms on the web including through still or moving image sequences, text and spoken words, music, and of course through hypertext.

Stories without words

Learning with 'e's

On the second day of the project they assembled their images and videos together, added sound effects and music, and then presented their videos to their peers and the module tutors for feedback. students at Plymouth University Photo by Herby Thyme on Wikimedia Commons Stories without words by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 This week I gave my first year education students a new project.

13 Tips for Recording Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod

TechSmith Camtasia

If the content you’re recording has its own audio—like the sound effects in a game—you will want to unmute your device so it is captured. Turn off in-game music. If you’re recording a game that has both background music and sound effects you should turn off music within the game settings. Because if you edit the video later, the music will sound like it’s jumping. Use music. CCMixter (Creative Commons – attribution).

#40years of educational technology: Games

Learning with 'e's

From cinema, through to television, the experience of media was defined by an amalgamation of sound and vision. Many of the best selling video games have been appropriated for classroom learning, including Guitar Hero (used to teach a number of curriculum subjects, not just music), Sim City (Maths), World of Warcraft (Literature) and Grand Theft Auto (remarkably, used to teach citizenship). The 20th Century was the century of the moving image.

#40years of educational technology: Games

Learning with 'e's

From cinema, through to television, the experience of media was defined by an amalgamation of sound and vision. Many of the best selling video games have been appropriated for classroom learning, including Guitar Hero (used to teach a number of curriculum subjects, not just music), Sim City (Maths), World of Warcraft (Literature) and Grand Theft Auto (remarkably, used to teach citizenship). The 20th Century was the century of the moving image.

100+ Learning, Design & Technology Resources to Help You Get Sh*t Done

Mike Taylor

The Doodle Library – hundreds of unique hand-drawn SVG doodles – free to download, share and adapt under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 link] — a Set of Common UI Elements With a Hand-Drawn, Sketchy Look. Just upload a photo or a gradient as a source and let them do the rest. Files.Design – Professional resources for digital designers including templates, sounds and other files made by Great Simple Studio. Photos & Graphics.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: On Games and eLearning

Learning Visions

Photo/Video Credit: Amusement Park -- a Long Photo by respres Posted by Cammy Bean at 2:00 PM Labels: games 1 comments: Dave Ferguson said. When it comes to "fun" in training (and the scare quotes are deliberate), I always hear Marvin the paranoid android saying, "Sounds dreadful." Clown noses, perky music, and disproportionately positive feedback all work for the most part against engagement.

I want to be an astronaut

Learning with 'e's

Music. From my time studying geography and history, I had learnt about the explorers of old, including my heroes David Livingstone , Mungo Park (who always sounded to me like a municipal recreation area) and Robert Falcon Scott , whose mission to reach the South Pole ended in heroic failure. Photo by NASA via Wikimedia Commons I want to be an astronaut by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Best websites for free elearning art and resources for elearning developers

Wizcabin

Note: The images from these sites are copyright free or licensed under creative commons public domain , however copyright policy for each site may change time to time, so please check before downloading images. Pixabay provides a huge collection of photographs, vector images, stock photos and illustrations. Everything falls under creative common license which means you can download and use these images free of cost without asking for permission. free music.

Diversity or conformity?

Learning with 'e's

When the bell sounds at 1300 hours, you had better be hungry, because it''s lunchtime! How will children know that science and art have many connections, or that music and physics have a lot on common, if the subjects are taught differently, at different times and in vastly different environments? Get it right, and children grow into informed, responsible adults whose innate curiosity and creativity are perpetuated for a life time.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Audio in eLearning: Cultural Differences?

Learning Visions

Photo credit: Walls have Ears by laverrue Posted by Cammy Bean at 10:24 PM Labels: audio 13comments: Archana Narayan said. For this reason there is quite a creative community growing around digital audio as a device to facilitate learning. The most culturally appropriate use of audio is in the teaching of languages and music, and in social studies. More recent research has indicated that the way the sound is used is significantly important.

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Free L&D webinars for August 2018

Limestone Learning

Once you and your organization develop a mindset for change, unconscious and reactionary decisions will slowly evolve into creative and intentional decisions. One common theme, though, is that any training or intervention is supposed to “work,” meaning it improves on-the-job performance and contributes measurably to key organizational results. Sounds simple enough, but this basic principle has baffled many accomplished training professionals for decades.

From EDUPUNK to ds106. 10Q: Jim Groom

Learning with 'e's

I thought it might be a cool band name, but given I have no musical talent, I reserved the domain and settled for a blog. I think because I started to sound a bit like a fervent preacher when I started talking about teaching, learning and technology. Photo courtesy of Jim Groom From EDUPUNK to ds106. 10Q: Jim Groom by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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How to find free images and other resources without copyright restrictions

Challenge to Learn

Creative common (CC) and GNU licenses. Creative Commons is an organization which supports free and open content. It enables a creator (of images, courses, music, video’s) to get registered as the owner/creator of the resource but at the same time grants other people the right to use this resource. A Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 My list of websites with free images, sounds and video’s. Death to the stock photo.