The Power of Editable Content

Shhhh... There is editable content on Discovery Streaming for Discovery subscribers. It is there for you to use with your students. This editable content includes: video segments, audio, images, and songs. Look for the "edit" label during your search.

The Rules

Editing Content. Users may edit videos and video clips designated on the Website as editable, solely in connection with classroom or other school-related projects. Such videos and video clips, as edited by User, as well as any work containing User-edited videos or video clips, may not contain any libelous or unlawful materials or content or any commercial advertising materials, will not infringe upon any party's proprietary rights, including but not limited to statutory or common-law copyright, trademark and right of privacy, and may not violate any law, regulation or right of any kind whatsoever or give rise to any actionable claim or liability.
User must maintain all copyright, trademark and proprietary notices included with, attached to or embedded all editable videos and video clips without modification, obstruction or deletion.
The Content may include certain ancillary educational materials, such as student activity sheets, blackline masters and teachers' guides (“Ancillary Materials”). User may modify, alter and revise the Ancillary Materials to meet specific instructional needs, provided that the following statement is prominently displayed on all such revised Ancillary Materials, in addition to any other proprietary notices, and with the understanding that Discovery Education or its content provider shall continue to own the Ancillary Materials: “Revised with the permission of Discovery Education. Discovery Education and its content providers are not responsible for the content or accuracy of the revision”.
Citations.
User must include citation information, including Discovery Education or the applicable content provider (if identified) as the source, for all portions of the Content used in any end product.

How to Get Editable Content

Look for the "edit" label during your search. Download it and edit.

Why Should Teachers Do This?




Where Can Teachers Use This Editable Material?





Using Discovery Streaming Clips in Kid Pix

Visit Animoto for Education to see what educators are doing with Discovery Streaming content.

See this example from Slideshare:
Three Truths & A Lie
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: discovery colorado)

Try using still pictures with Blabberize.
Embed edited content into Google Earth.

Suggestions from Plurkers

Do you see the potential for Discovery Streaming editable content?

Tell 3 friends. It is considered an event in your STAR Discovery Educator application.
Visit the Discovery Educator Network Page to apply for STAR status and to record your events.

Also Check out the New York DEN Blog for more information on DE Streaming and events around the state.