Presentation on theme: "Gordon Taylor (CLA)- Why Gather Family Stories Why cloud Storage LegacyStories Features Applications Review training."— Presentation transcript:
Gordon Taylor (CLA)-
Why Gather Family Stories Why cloud Storage LegacyStories Features Applications Review training tutorials Demonstrate iPad recording process Story Recording Labs
It’s about he Dash The sum of life experiences Historical - places/events Moral values/principles Purpose Commanded to keep a record Abraham wrote“...For the benefit of my posterity that shall come after me.” Foundation future generations
Easily shared over web. Universal available Using Link to family project or needs Alternate storage of data – text and multimedia – pictures, audio and video Why Legacy Stories Certified FamilySearch Partner Sync Link Agreement on content TFA - Humanitarian - non – profit account Share content through family association Individual accounts are free with 1 GB of storage and options for more.
Plus Repurpose Information Share stories globally - based on permissions Collaborate on research/histories Repurpose Genealogy applications Commercial Apps Family Search – Family Tree Social Networks Share with family
What to share – options & recommendations Legacy events for future genderations Book of Remembrance or “Small Plates” items Personal Spiritual events Personal stories of character & moral value Personal Historical events Large Plates Other important details of life Why by event or short story - Genealogy applications - Family Home Evening - Testimonials
Traditional Journals & written histories – documents and PDFs with inserted multimedia Photos with up to 3 minutes audio narration each (Narrated Slideshows with over 100 photo) Format – Pictures.jpg and audio.mp3 or wave. Audio Albums with up to 150 files/events; each with a selected photo and up to 45 minutes, mp3 using a digital recorder Mobile app with photo (.jpg) and up to 3 minutes of narration (Mp3).
Computer and/or Mobile Tools App – iPad, Tablet or smart phone capabile 1 July.2014 Digital recorder Establish Account – Quick Training Sign in and record Challenge organizing thoughts and media
How to create your account – Basic Free How to use story telling elements of legacy Stories website How to link to FS Family Tree Stories Slideshows photo Narrated Photos – Pict-Oral Memoir Audios
Attach narration to photo in computer Talking photo – 3 min for each photo Save to slideshow/album in cloud Combined photos and narration on computer Take photo separately Digitally record narration up to 45 min. Combined and Save/album to cloud Use iPad (apple and android) lets to take photo and attach narration Up to 5 minutes per photo. Upload cloud and your account. All three can be linked to Family Tree of other websites.
Content – Artifact, Photo, Story Display Artifacts or Photo on stand Setting – lighting, quiet, comfortable Story preparation – plan ahead, outline, prompts Standard opening – name, date and story title Determine if story is about dead or living Demonstrate with Show three frames
Log with your and pass word Profile Change the PW and make other changes Click Pict-Oral and click on edit and listen to your story. Recommend adding tag words to search for story or topics in the future. Link to Family Search if the person is dead. (You will need to know the 7 digit # to easily link) You may want to invite family and friends to visit the site as well.
Questions? Story Recording Booth is Open Come and See Thank You
AfternoonIpresenters and subject Your plan Room # are on chart by Reg. desk If you want to change workshops check with reg. for space Story Booth – sign up or drop by and watch Evaluation form – appreciate your comments and suggestion Enjoy a brief lunch Slicer brunch Story Booth open Listen to Brian’s narrated Taylor History
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