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The Childrens’ Season: DONE


Last night I finished up my segment for the Ds106 radio show “Dog Days of Summer” that my class will be broadcasting on Monday. The Childrens’ Season by mburtis Overall, I’m really happy with how it turned out. I used … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Childrens’ Season: DONE


Last night I finished up my segment for the Ds106 radio show “Dog Days of Summer” that my class will be broadcasting on Monday. The Childrens’ Season by mburtis Overall, I’m really happy with how it turned out. I used … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Childrens’ Season: DONE


Last night I finished up my segment for the Ds106 radio show “Dog Days of Summer” that my class will be broadcasting on Monday. The Childrens’ Season by mburtis Overall, I’m really happy with how it turned out. I used … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Childrens’ Season (In which I beg for your help)


This week in Digital Storytelling, the class is working on a radio show in which each student is responsible for contributing 5 minutes of audio. The theme of the show is “Dog Days of Summer” (chosen by the class). We’ll … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Childrens’ Season (In which I beg for your help)


This week in Digital Storytelling, the class is working on a radio show in which each student is responsible for contributing 5 minutes of audio. The theme of the show is “Dog Days of Summer” (chosen by the class). We’ll … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Childrens’ Season (In which I beg for your help)


This week in Digital Storytelling, the class is working on a radio show in which each student is responsible for contributing 5 minutes of audio. The theme of the show is “Dog Days of Summer” (chosen by the class). We’ll … Continue reading Continue reading

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Making Sound Mean


We’re moving into the audio portion of Ds106 this week (and I still need to do a look-back on all the great design/visual work that the students have done!). Last night’s assignment was to create a sound effect story, and … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Audacity of Making You Learn Audacity

As we embark on the audio segment of DS106, you’ll be expected to make, mix, and share your own digital audio creations. The primary tool students use for this is an open-source program called Audacity. It’s a pretty powerful program, … Continue reading

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Illustrate 106 (was Averaging Concepts Using Flickr)

I had originally planned on doing the Averaging project but could not get it to work using Paint Shop Pro.  Instead I decided to rummage through my photo collection to find something with 106 in it.  After much searching I … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Little Caption

For this assignment I added a caption to a picture I took of my cat.  I am fully convinced that he is either the devil or a deposed dictator reincarnated.

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