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Standards: ISTE 1a, 1b, 1d, 4b, 4c, 4d
In this activity, you will practice downloading, organizing, renaming, uploading, and sharing files and folders.
Why are we doing this?
Because these are essential skills for this class. When making a video, you will be working with many files across different machines. It is vital that you have the skills to organize and manage your files.
Learning objectives: By the end of this acivity, you will be able to:
1. Create folders on your C drive
2. Download and save folders and files from the internet to your C drive
3. Rename files and folders on your C drive
4. Upload files and folders to your Google Drive
5. Get shareable links for folders on your Google Drive
6. Post shareable links to Google Classroom
Go to your folder for this class on your C drive and, inside that folder, create a folder for this activity. Name that folder fileman1.
In your browser (i.e., Chrome), go to http://video.cailab.net/videoms/activities/fileman1/media/. You will see a directory of media files. Download at least fifteen of those files to your fileman1 folder on your C drive. You are welcome to download all the files if you wish.
Note that you have many options for how you download all or some of the files. We will review these options in class.
You'll notice that the file names are not descriptive. In other words, just be looking at the name of a file, you have no idea what the subject of the picture or video is.
Now you need to rename each file, giving them descriptive names. If it's a picture of clouds, and it's a jpg file, a good file name would be clouds.jpg. If you have a lot of pictures of clouds, you can put a number on each one, such as clouds1.jpg, clouds2.jpg, etc.
As you start making videos, you will be working with many files and folders. It's vital that you name your files and folders descriptively.
Once you have renamed everything, upload your entire fileman1 folder to your class folder on Google Drive.
Submit a link to your folder on Google Classroom.
If you finish early, you can work on your seedbed.