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6/20/11: ds106 Introduction Video and Assignments

As some of you may have already witnessed, Dr. Oblivion offered the introduction to ds106 via a live video (http://ds106.tv/live). If you didn’t get a chance to watch it yet, it is now available on YouTube or at the main … Continue reading

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Summer of Oblivion Introduction

This is the email that is getting the Summer of Oblivion underway, it was sent out at 1:50 Am (EDT) on Monday, June 20th. _______________ All, Please read this email in its entirety. Welcome to the Summer of Oblivion, my … Continue reading

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The ds106 99: #36 The ds106 final exam

This final assignment comes care of Martha Burtis, and we are here in Combs 139 at UMW as they take this exam they have two and a half hours to finish any of the following options listed below). And in … Continue reading

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Weeks 14-15: Fandom, Archiving, and Wrap-Up

It has been a long, inspiring semester—but now it is coming to an end and this post will take you through the last of it. Please read it all, and please read it carefully. Also, important note for UMW students, … Continue reading

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Week 12-13 Assignment: El Mashup

Over the next two weeks you will be asked to do a mashup. See the guidelines below and keep in mind you are by no means limited to video for this assignment. Also, last semester the ds106 students went to … Continue reading

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Week 11: Video Essay Assignment

For this assignment you need to select several scenes from your favorite film (or one of your favorites), and edit them together and comment on some of the filmic elements of the scenes? Why do you like these scenes? What … Continue reading

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Weeks 9-10: Telling Stories in/on the Web

Over the next week and a half we’ll be playing with storytelling within the web. What does this mean? Well, Martha Burtis lays out the idea nicely in this post here about the idea behind this assignment (read it!), but … Continue reading

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