Searching Online for Image, Audio, and Video Files

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Aug 15, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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An indispensable and essential how-to guide to the potentially bewildering world of multimedia research. This book accessibly guides your young reader through the process of searching for, obtaining, storing, and using multimedia sources of information-images, audio, and video-for use in reports, essays, presentations, and other school-related projects. Your students will become savvy on copyrighted material usage and citation of sources. The book includes useful web sites and information about online tutorials, myths and facts regarding multimedia research, ten great questions to ask a multimedia librarian, and an extensive reading list and collection of resources.
 

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