Radio hosts use several techniques to bring their stories to life. Many were used in the Radiolab show Detective Stories and the TED audio hour episode posted in the week 4 instructions.
Listening to the two sound clips, I was able to pick out several uses of audio techniques that …Read More
In his lecture, Michael Wesch discusses the evolution that must take place in the classroom due to the availability of new communication mediums. The title of his talk says it all. How do students go from memorizing and regurgitating facts to being able to seek out and analyze information on …Read More
Gardner Campbell’s article, A Personal Cyberinfrastructure, discusses how teachers and students should fully utilize the new creative opportunities the internet is providing. Rather than a simple, do-exactly-what-the-teacher-asks approach, students and teachers should be using new technologies to learn in completely new ways.
The article can be viewed with the following …Read More
Ds106 touches individuals differently depending upon where in their life path they may be traveling. It has pulses and energy for all paths and directions and the beauty is that no one way is right. Even for an individual, it will change an morph and circle or tangent over time …Read More
<before I get going here, I hate the new editor. Tumblr sort it> So we were chatting at the……Read More
It seems that I am supposed to commenting and giving words of encouragement/criticisms on other members assignments. One of the perks of being a sociopathic psychologist is I have the power to make people think I care. So I may have given you all positive comments, but I am actually …Read More
Radio really turned out to be an exciting and fun project, I seriously lucked out in getting such a cool group to do it all with. The core of the show was a live D&D adventure, so the bulk of the project was fun as hell when we played through …Read More