Ds106 has been the best class that I have ever taken. This might be the first time in my college career that I’ve learned something useful that I won’t forget. I have to admit, when I first read the blog/warnings from the previous students of ds106 I was a little intimidated but excited for the challenge that lay ahead. I’m sooooooooo, so glad that I took it. Martha made the class, it was a pleasure to be taught by her. I recommend everyone take ds106. I learned so much, there were a lot of things in media that I never thought I could possibly do, like putting together a radio segment or editing a movie but I learned to do it and much more. The project that I enjoyed the most was designing a radio segment and bumper. I loved editing in audacity, it felt like I was making art. I would define digital story telling simply as an art, it is the art of taking a story and choosing a media platform to tell it through. I can’t wait to use what I’ve learned to help businesses and people develop an online presence. For all future ds106ers, this class will help you explore the creativity you never thought you had.
Here's a link to some videos (some of which we looked at in class) that Tom Woodward shared with the spring DS106 class -- great examples of the variety of work done in digital video these days.
Here's a link to the audio of Tom's presentation about the videos mentioned in the site above.
Here's a link to Andy Rush's presentation to the spring DS106 class (similar to what you'll be seeing in class).
Recent Posts from around DS106
- Reblogging Gets a Refresh June 8, 2023 @Sheefa_ahmed
- Introducing Jetpack AI Assistant in WordPress.com June 6, 2023 @incbesh
- Teeth June 6, 2023 Downes
- Audio Summary June 5, 2023 @KellyPratt27125
- Introduction to Sound June 5, 2023 @BalladofE11442
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#tdc4166 #ds106 Poet Tree
We all know what poetry is, but what is a poet tree? Show us one, please