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KET Multimedia Professional Development Day: Wednesday, July 22, 2015

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Teachers explore using iPads during a session at the 2014 event — Greenscreen Effects for iPad Video Projects
  See video of happy educators at our last event! KETMPD14

To Register

If you are a Kentucky teacher, library media specialist, teaching staff worker, or administrator (public, private, and homeschools included):

  • Go to the registration web page and complete the form to register for the July 22 event. You'll see a list of event sessions to choose from along with lunch choices.
  • After you have filled-out your session and lunch choices, choose a payment option. The registration fee of $50.00 per person includes lunch and refreshments, and helps to support travel expenses for our event presenters. If paying by check or purchase order, please mail those in by July 16.
  • Online registration for the event will close July 16.
  • This year's session titles are listed below. Descriptions are at the registration website.

For More Information ...

  • About the event, sessions:
    Jeff Gray, KET

    (800) 432-0951, ext. 7263
    (859) 258-7263
  • About registration, payment, and PD/EILA credit:
    Cynthia Barton, KET

    (800) 432-0951, ext. 7271
    (859) 258-7271

And for more workshops throughout the year...

Check out our KET Media Lab's multimedia workshops and KET tours for students and educators that are available year-round by appointment. KET Education Consultants will also give various free workshops for staff and students at your school!

2015 event sessions

Canva and Other Free Multimedia Project Design Resources - Traci Mahone, LMS, Royal Spring Middle School, Scott Co. Schools

A Digital Innovator's Online Resources - Latonya Rowe, Johnson County Schools

Digital Photography Tips from a Pro - Steve Shaffer, KET

KET's New Online Video Production Course for Teachers - Cynthia Warner, Larry Moore, Brett Smith, Helen Morrison, KET

Makerspaces for Collaborative Student Projects - Jennifer Miller, LMS, Anderson Co. Middle School

Making Special Video Projects with Elementary Students - Jeanne Caudill, Mullins Elementary, Pike County - A Teacher-Administered Version of the Popular Game - Tim Withers, Wayne County High School, and James Grimm, KET IT Director. Soon to be a new KET Media Lab workshop!

PBS LearningMedia Storyboard! - Amy Grant, KET
Create dynamic presentations by incorporating PBS videos, graphics, and text.

Planning and Producing Meaningful Video Projects - KET Producers Share Best Practices - KET Program Producers: Bill Goodman, Laura Krueger, and Renee Shaw

School Video News Production: Beyond Announcements - Suzie Pozgay, Nelson County Middle School

School Video Production: Basic Studio Setup and Online Sharing - Mr. Chris Walsh, Goodridge Elementary, Boone County Schools

STLP: Great Tech-Ed Resources for K-12 - Jeff Sebulsky, new STLP Director

Tech-Tools for Library Media Specialists - James Allen, Oldham County High School

Tour of KET (see our staff working) - Deborah Harris and KET staff

University of Kentucky's Media Depot: A Help Center for Student Multimedia Projects - Kirk Laird, University of Kentucky Media Depot Director; Michele Gulley, student Media Depot staff - A Free and Easy-to-Use Website/Blog Builder - Helen Morrison, KET


Past Event Resources

2014 session resources online

Digital Citizenship Resources - Larry Moore, KET

Engage Your Students with Discovery Education's Web Board Builder! - Kathy Davis, KET

Especially for Library Media Specialists: Supporting Research with Symbaloo and Biteslide - Janet Lanham, Jefferson County Public Schools

Google Resources for Education - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools

Greenscreen Effects for iPad Video Projects - Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

Integrating Technology with Project Based Learning - Jennifer Montgomery, Eminence Ind. Schools; Larry Moore, KET

iPads or Chomebooks? A Comparison for Educators - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools; Ms. Becky Keith

Powtoon, Piktochart, or Prezi? Useful Online Resources and Apps - Helen Morrison, KET

School Video Production Projects - Cynthia Warner, KET

  • KET School Video Project, with seasonal "challenge" projects focusing on curriculum
  • Cynthia's online session SMORE of project and resources information

Social Media and Other Online Tools for Student Projects - Bill Goodman and Helen Morrison, KET; Jordan Shewmaker, Centre College alumnus

  • Helen Morrison's Prezzi — presented to Centre College students at KET Media Lab workshop for class project resources

School Video Production: A Basic System With Cleverly Added Gear - Chris Walsh, Goodridge Elementary, Boone County Schools

STLP: Great Tech-Ed Resources for K-12 - Jeff Sebulsky, Student Technology Leadership Program Dir.

  • STLP website - resources and projects for education technology

Streaming Student-Produced Video Over School Networks and the Web - James Grimm and Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

University of KY's Media Depot: Resources for Student Projects - Kirk Laird and Chris Wright, University of Kentucky


2013 session resources online

Basic Camcorder Video Production - Larry Moore, KET

Microsoft Office 365 and Lync Web Conferencing for Kentucky Schools - Marty Park, KDE

Digital Reenactments: Student Greenscreen Video Projects - Stephen Swan, Univ. of Louisville

All-in-One Video Production Boxes - Tim Withers, Wayne Co. High; Michelle Rauch, Eastside Technical School, Lexington

Engage Your Students with KET EncycloMedia's New Features and Tools! - Kathy Davis, KET

Google Tips and Tricks - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools

iPad Video Production - Jessica Murrell, Northern Elementary, Pendleton Co.

Using PBWorks' Wikis to Teach Arts and More - Paula Mullins, Jeffersontown High, Louisville

Introduction to Using Twitter in Education- Amy Grant, KET

Digital Driver's License Project: Prepare Students to Be Responsible Netizens - Marty Park, Kentucky Department of Education

Free Tools for Blended Learning: Edmodo and More - Helen Morrison, KET

Using iPads, iPhone, iPods, and Apps for Video Production - Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

Re-Tool Your School: Useful Online Resources - Susan White, Corbin Primary School

 2012 session resources online

Basic Camcorder Video Production

Copyright Issues for School Multimedia Production - Melissa Gardner, Kenton Elementary, Kenton Co. Schools

Digital Reenactments: Greenscreen Video Projects - Dr. Caroline Sheffield and Stephen Swan, Univ. of Louisville

eBook Making: Easy, Effective, and Fun! - Esther Tattershall and Brian Spellman, KET

Empowering Your School with the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) - Elaine Harrison-Lane, KDE

Free and Easy Website Building and Hosting - Helen Morrison, KET

Integrating Multimedia Production into the Curriculum - Tara Rodgriquez, KDE; Matthew Logsdon,
Henry Clay HS, Fayette Co.

iTeach with iDevices - Melinda Caldwell, Woodford Co. Schools, and Mandi Hudson, Scott Co. Schools

Making Costumes and Props for Video Productions - Tim Withers, Wayne Co. Schools

Twitter for Education: Tweeting and Resources - Amy Grant, KET


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