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Kim Cavanaugh
Technology Program Specialist

2. Premiere Elements in the Classroom--Using the Organizer to Manage Digital Resources

Technical Tutorial Published 8/18/10 Last updated on 2/28/20
Premiere Elements in the Classroom is a 14 lesson series from Palm Beach County Schools that focuses on both the technical aspects of using the software along with its practical application in the classroom. These lessons are applicable across the curriculum and are designed for teachers who are using Premiere Elements 8. Lesson 2 Topics: A.Display options B.Using Albums, Ratings, and Tags C.Importing video from the Organizer D.Analyzing video E.Using Smart tags F.Previewing from the Organizer G.Deleting digital resources

Higher resolution content and a complete curriculum tailored for Learning Management Systems such as Moodle or Blackboard may be licensed from The Education Network of Palm Beach County Schools. Contact Greg Kenney at kenneyg@palmbeach.k12.fl.us for more information and pricing.

Products
  • Adobe Premiere Elements

    Organize, edit, create, and share your videos.

Subjects
Custom Standards

These lessons are applicable across the curriculum.

ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer, Students: Knowledge Constructor
Expertise
Novice
Materials

Premiere Elements 8, Digital video camera

CC License
Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
Ratings
5 / 5 • 3 Ratings

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Ahmed Belal

Posted on 12/6/18 10:05:42 AM Permalink

​Thanks for Sharing

Eva LaMar

Posted on 8/24/10 8:38:10 PM Permalink

Another fantastic resource for Elements 8. Organization and management of files is such an important issue.

Thanks for sharing!

Kim Cavanaugh

Posted on 8/19/10 12:48:34 PM Permalink

Thanks Mark. I had saved but not published that one. Should be working now!

Mark Geary

Posted on 8/19/10 8:56:18 AM Permalink

Got a 403 permission denied error when I tried accessing the first module.