Day 3 Goals

  • Puppy Dog Show
    • PowerPoint Portfolio
      • Earth Day Presentations
      • Movies in PowerPoint
  • Copyright Issues
  • Assessment of a Project
  • Saving a Presentation
    • As a Presentation
    • As a Web Page
  • Work on Your Project
  • Project Presentations (10:30)
  • Complete class evaluations using Blackboard.

Copyright Issues -Fair Use Guidelines for Multimedia in Education

Portion Limitations of Copyright Material

  • Up to 10 percent or three minutes, whichever is less, of a motion picture may be used
  • Up to 10 percent or 1,000 words, whichever is less, of text may be used
  • An entire poem of 250 words or less may be used, but no more than three poems by one poet or five poems by different poets from any anthology may be used
  • Up to 10 percent but no more than 30 seconds of a musical work may be used
  • A photograph or illustration may be used in its entirety, but no more than five images by an artist or photographer may be used
  • Up to 10 percent or 2,500 fields or cell entries, whichever is less, from a copyrighted database or data table may be used

Time Limitations

  • Educational multimedia projects created under these guidelines may be used for up to two years after the first instructional use with a class
  • After two years, use of such materials, even for educational purposes, requires permission for each copyrighted portion incorporated in the production

Electronic Network Limitations

  • Electronic networks may be used to share such materials with students in remote sites, provided there are technological limitations on access to the network and program (such as a password protection) and that the technology prohibits users from making copies of the material
  • If the electronic network cannot prevent duplication of the material, educators may use the educational multimedia projects on the network for no more than 15 days after its initial use via this technology

Copying and Distribution Limitations

  • Only two copies of the educational multimedia projects created under these guidelines may be used
  • Of those copies available for use, only one may be placed on reserve in the college library or learning resources center for student self-study on site
  • One additional copy may be kept for preservation purposes, but it may only be used or copied to replace a lost, stolen, or damaged use copy
  • Each principal creator of a joint project may keep one copy of the program for use in peer conferences or for inclusion in a student or professional portfolio


Make a Rubric using Rubistar and (if the printer is working) print it out. Make sure your name is on it and pass it in..

Using PowerPoint in the Classroom

  • Adding a URL Action Button (School Board URL)
    • Select the slide to put the button on.
    • Slide Show > Action Button
    • Select Hyperlink
      • Select On Mouse Click
      • Select Hyperlink to:
        • Select URL...
        • Enter
  • Saving a Presentation as a Web Page
    • File > Save As
      • Save In: (Select the location where you want the file to be saved - Your Folder for this class)
      • File Name : Give the file a name. This will be the name of the folder that your site will be stored in.
      • Save as type: Web Page
    • When you are ready to be published, pass this folder to your Webmaster. The Webmaster should connect to the page marked "index.htm" or "index.html"
  • Saving as a Pack and Go (Only available on Windows systems)
  • This is a nice feature if you plan on moving your presentation to a different computer or sharing your presentation. Being a Mac user, I've never had to use this. The Mac software has a Save as a Presentation feature does almost the same thing, but is easier to use.
  • File > Pack and Go
  • Now, follow the directions of the Pack and Go Wizard
Project Presentations (10:30)
Complete class evaluations using Blackboard.