Share your Video
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With whom, and why, do you plan to share your video(s)?
Step 3 Objective: Given a multiple choice exam, participants will differentiate video sharing options.
Review the video sharing infographic to the left. This infographic provides information about video sharing on the internet. Now, think about when and where you have seen videos before, especially noting when they were effective. This will help you decide with whom, why, and how you will share your video which will, in turn, help you differentiate between the options for sharing.
If you don't see the video above, you can view it on You Tube at http://youtu.be/84nVojRdedY
Printable Process Document
Includes screenshots for each task demonstrated in the video
Optional Practice: Printable Self-Assessment Rubric
Assess your level of proficiency to ensure you are familiar with all of the available options for sharing your video.
Sharing content on the internet can be very rewarding, but it can also be risky. Be aware of how the content you might share could impact yourself at a later date, people you care about, or even others around you. Take steps to be safe when posting content on the internet. Read this article about about staying safe when using social media to learn more.
Think about the different sharing options demonstrated in this step, now think again about when when and where you have seen videos posted on the internet. Can you identify the most likely method used for sharing those videos? Thinking about how videos are shared will help you differentiate between the different sharing option available in Animoto. Practice sharing the videos you created in step two to enhance your retention of the video sharing options available in Animoto.
Test your knowledge: You can measure your achievement of the step three objective by scoring 90% or better on the multiple choice exam (computer scored) which differentiates the steps required for each sharing option available in Animoto.