Creating Interactive Video Stories for Mobile Devices with Adobe Flash CS5.5: An Exploratory Mixed Methods Case Study
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Workman, R., Christ, T. & Yu, W. (2012). Creating Interactive Video Stories for Mobile Devices with Adobe Flash CS5.5: An Exploratory Mixed Methods Case Study. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 1470-1473). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This explanatory mixed methods research project examined how interactive multimedia digital story telling works as a topic to teach students how to create interactive multimedia web based applications using Adobe Flash CS5.5. The instructional intervention was a class-based project students enrolled in ‘Introduction to Computers and Applications’. The course required students to create a Web accessible assignments: (a) frame by frame flash animation; (b) importing You-Tube video into Flash, adding playback controls, and viewing the resulting movie using Adobe Device Central mobile device emulator; (c) include button controls in the video, integrate a background image, and add a tap gesture to the buttons; (d) add additional video linked to a play button; and (e) combine assignments to create a two button two video interactive storyline. A rubric was created to rate three components in the student projects: (a) the links, (b) the media, and (c) the overall web design.
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