This final is pretty open ended. My group and I decided that the most important parts to focus on were 1) making the project fit into multiple medias and 2) relate to the course theme, the 80s. The two media platforms we decided to post our project on were Soundcloud and YouTube, some of the most popular sites for audio and visuals, respectively. Our project is going to relate to
After making our individual trailers, my group met on Zoom and discussed how we wanted to do this final video project. It was pretty cool that all of us had never met before this class and our formed together because none of had groups already. It’s even cooler than all 5 of decided to stay together for an optional group project. Sort of shows the power of the internet. Our
Here is my blog post and Group Project Video this week: I am very proud of my editing work. It took around 4 or 5 hours in total because I received raw footage from 4 different people without too much structure. My group mates gave me a lot of awesome content, so I had to work with. I edited my video into four sections with themes. This helped me provide
This week was fun. I’m excited to be working with the same group again. This week consisted of two video assignments. Videos are my specialty. For both assignments I used iMovie. First, I looked into the video effects of a scene from The Breakfast Club, and 80s movie. I used my voice commentary to break the scene up into four different clips to highlight video storytelling elements. Secondly, I did
I meant to put five students instead of four! The group I met on Twitter for the first project all decided to come together again for this optional project! This time, we all met on Zoom and discussed our plan. That was the first time I have used Zoom. It works really well, and we were all able to get our ideas across. We are going to do a documentary
I did a scene from the Breakfast Club. I have four sections of commentary. I created a Vimeo account and uploaded it there.
That was quite a week. Collectively my household temporarily lost four jobs. Times are tough but it is oddly calming knowing that there are millions in the same position. This week was the first time I got to be on a radio show! Even though it was just the class radio, it was super exciting. Secretly, I made notes just to prepare. Personally, I would love for our class theme
It was a lot of fun being on the DS106 radio! I was pretty nervous, but I was very focused and excited. I got my friend to listen to the show and a couple of my group members were listening. Thank you for Professor Bond for setting up the Skype call! It was pretty cool hearing my group project being presented live. I think we did a great job of
Here is the final product! What a ride! Here is my other post for the week – Thank you Lewis for hosting, Kyle for editing, and Lilian and Hayden for “calling in” with me! It is so awesome to listen to the final product. There was a lot of coordination that went into this! I hope to take this energy into next week, and future group projects!
Wow, what a week. This was my favorite week in DS106 so far. Through a few meetings, both online and in-person, my group was able to coordinate and execute a plan for the radio show. In hindsight, I think we over-prepared, but I suppose that’s not such a bad thing! This project was challenging because we had to meet online, and create a 5 person project without ever being able