Presenting Findings: Video/Audio
You likely spend plenty of time consuming video and audio. This is your chance to produce video and audio, becoming an effective communicator via this platform. Present findings from your research by developing brief video/audio clips and then share these productions with your class, on digital portfolios, or to a wider audience through media sharing sites like YouTube.
NOTE: When creating video and audio works, it is common that you will use multimedia assets (e.g., video clips, music and sound effects, etc.) from others. Make sure that you have rights to use assets and provide attribution, as required legally and requested by your teacher.