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Last Updated: Oct 8, 2017 URL: http://libguides.dandenong-hs.vic.edu.au/homepage Print Guide RSS Updates

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Databases

ClickView
ClickView Online is a digitised video library available across the School Network and from home. It provides access to over 10,000 titles which can be searched by category or keyword. ClickView also enables a movie clip to be exported in a format that can be inserted easily into Powerpoint or Word.
 
Echo
The newspaper index Echo is available on-line via this link and from the LRC's school Intranet page where staff and students can access login details. The Issue Outlines compiled by Echo are also a very useful resource. 
 

Newsbank gives access to the full-text content of Australia's newspapers dating back to 1999.

Staff and students can access login details on the LRC's school Intranet page.

SLASA Online Referencing Generator
SLASA Online Reference Generator takes the stress out of referencing and is suitable for students of all levels.

Staff and students can access login details on the LRC's school Intranet page.

 
World Book Web Logo
WorldBook Online offers online encyclopaedia resources which are suitable for students and their families.

Staff and students can access login details on the LRC's school Intranet page.

original ziptales site

Ziptales Online features a library of high interest stories and other learning resources which are suitable for students of all ages and their families. Staff and students can access login details on the LRC's school Intranet page.

 
      
     

    Animoto video explaining how to create a book trailer

     

    Video instructions to help you create your book trailer using Animoto

     

    Credit is Due (The Attribution Song)

     

    Rangers' Apprentice Booktrailer

     

    Papercuts - Book Trailer Competition for Secondary Schools

    In previous years, the State Government also ran a competition for schools asking students to create book trailers on a book they have read.

    Go to Papercuts to see some fantastic booktrailers from last year using other technological tools available today.

    You might like to gain ideas from last year's competition.  Read students reflections about why they chose the book they did and how they went about their work.

    I'm not sure if it will run again this year but if you are interested watch this space and we will keep you updated.

    In any case you can enter the Dandenong High School Book Trailer Competition.

    Remember the work must be your own original work to be considered for a prize.

    You can use Animoto or other program and creativity will certainly be judged.

     

    The Book Thief - Extended Movie Trailer

    We learn a lot about Book Trailers from watching Movie Trailers that tell us about movies based on books.

    This is one of my all time favourite books and it has just been turned into a film.

    I also think it is an excellent trailer.

    Think about the metaphor  "Words are Life."

    What do you think this story will be about?

     

    Example of a Book Trailer using Animoto: The Hunger Games

    Here is a fantastic example of a book trailer using Animoto.

     

    Book Trailers - more examples and guide

    For more examples of Book Trailers and guidance, please visit the LRC Blog.

     

    CC Licenses & Images

    Choose images with a CC license.

    CC License explained.

    Make sure you understand the license before using an image.

    Alternatively draw or take your own photos.

    Give credit and acknowledge all work including the photos that you use in your booktrailer.

    Or you can try the following sites to locate CC images:

    Photosforclass

    The above site offers safe images for educational purposes.  The images are accurately author stamped so you are sure you to give credit where it's due with little effort.

    5 Tools for helping students find CC images.

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