Windows Movie Maker 101

Resources for Successful Use

Getting Started Tutorial - Windows Live Movie Maker
Soundzabound

Royalty-free music library for educational use. See Mrs. Allen for the username/password.

If you are still in need of assistance with Movie Maker, please check out the useful resources below:

Windows Movie Maker Tutorial

Citing Your Sources

  • Be sure to go to OSLIS Citation Maker or easybib.com to cite both textual sources and image sources. (HINT: easybib.com will sync with your school Google accounts and keep track of your citations.)
  • If you include facts or statistics in your video, it is most appropriate to cite the source of that information.
  • The most appropriate place for the formal citations is at the end of the video, in the credits.
  • Use in-text citations for text and images as appropriate throughout the video.


For additional citation information/help, please consult Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).