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My digital storytelling project is now live. I’ll have a more in-depth blog about it and my process soon.
In the weeks since registration for the spring 2011 term, I’ve lost track of how many people I’ve heard say they are taking digital storytelling, are on a waiting list …Continue reading » Continue reading
nobody blogs like the bava. nobody!
So, if D’Arcy Norman isn’t already doing sick mashups featuring yours truly as the “Mad Men” poster–which is brilliant!—then Tom Woodward is laying down assignment after assignment already on his bionic blog—and I quote:
Make an animated gif from your favorite/least favorite movie capturing the essence of a key scene. Make [...] Continue reading
DS106 was an interesting class for me. It was a class I took this year which, honestly, I didn’t think would have that much work. I thought it would be easy, kind of boring, and I would get an A. But after the first week I recognized it was awesome, it wasn’t boring, and I [...] Continue reading
Image credit:Bionicteaching’s “Michael Chasen sits on edupunk Santa’s lap and hopes not to suck so much this Xmas”
As I mentioned in my last post, a number of folks have offered to help with the design and execution of ds106. In fact a few have already publicly pledged their undying loyalty—and that’s a party right there! [...] Continue reading
I transferred my posts to my old UMW blog that i used last semester. My new blog can be found here
Ok I think I have finally finished up with everything. I didn’t realize until now all of my youtube videos that I embedded broke, but I think I went back and fixed all of them. At first I was having trouble backing up my information because I wasn’t using cast iron coding, instead I was [...] Continue reading
Has it really come to an end? I can honestly say it has, unfortunately. Oh and by the way, in Professor Groom’s assignment on the DS106 website, he mentioned that this was the last swan song. The only thing I could think of for the next 10 minutes of after reading that, was that ridiculous [...] Continue reading
Last Video project of the year I believe. My title is to be continued because I really love this video/drawing thing, so I’m probably going … Continue reading
Well, I am wrapping up the second iteration of the Digital Storytelling course (ds106) I’ve been teaching this semester, and I have to say it has been a lot of fun. i think I have honed my approach to the course a bit more tightly this semester, and while this run through was still [...] Continue reading