Computer Literacy Narrative

For my computer literacy narrative, I decided to talk about my dad, and how he and my family helped become computer literate. I made a video in order to get my message across that my dad, and his computer literacy was the jump for me to become computer literate. With his love of computers, and my love for learning with computers, I was able to create this video in order to show how much I appreciate all that he and my family have done for me in order for myself to be where I am now with my computer literacy. With my video, I was able to upload it to iMovie on my MacBook, and create a video for my friends, family, and for the students in my class to watch, which I then compressed the video to a .mov, and then uploaded it to YouTube. I hope you will enjoy my video!


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