Two more weeks to go for ds106; we are done with doing assignments for stars. This week and tonight’s session (detailed below) is: prepping for having your blog organized to showcase your work (see below) in a participation effort to share the best of ds106 Between now and end of semester, add 4 ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by Viktor Hertz In the video section of the course we have already entered into the fray of video remixes and discussed abut the notion of everything as a remix. For this week, we are going to experiment with a ...

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This week in ds106 I am asking my students to do a 5 minute overview of a technique or trick they learned in video editing by showing one of their video projects. I’m getting a lot out of it myself as the students teach and give each other feedback in ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by francescominciotti From YouTube Press Stats 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute, or one hour of video is uploaded to YouTube every second. 70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views ...

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The video assignments are a ton of work, we know it. The pace continues this week (and we have some room to relax the deadlines, so stop fretting). While the assignments are intensive, do not forget to do a detailed write up in your blog post with your assignment work: Include the ...

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Below are some resources likely to me mentioned/shown in class tonight when we spend time reviewing (and doing) video. Classic and Modern audio/video from the Internet Archive It’s all free, and the collection is vast. Try browsing the collections or searching. Note that there may be some variety in the types of ...

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