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ds106zone Week 5: My Only Friend the End

Well, as you might have guessed from the last week ds106zone comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. The course officially ends this Friday so we’ll be having a somewhat abbreviated week in terms of both … Continue reading

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ds106zone Lodown #27

ds106zone Lodown 27 This is the second installment of the Lodown in the post-Scottlo era. I was joined by Mikhail Gershovich on #ds106radio early this morning to theorize about some of the unspoken possibilities behind Scottlo’s resignation from the Lodown. … Continue reading

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ds106zone: Experimenting with Video

Thanks to Michael Branson Smith below are three ideas for experimenting with video. They’re all pretty straight forward, and they give you a specific focus and set of limitations to work through—which can be helpful. If you are looking  to … Continue reading

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ds106zone Week 4: Intro to Video

Today I recorded an hour long ds106.tv broadcast framing and introducing week 4 of the ds106zone. This week is dedicated to reading an episode of Twilight Zone closely and working through 15 stars of video assignments. You can see the … Continue reading

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ds106zone Week 4: Video Killed the Radio Star

cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Frans Persoon Special thanks to Alan Levine for doing all the heavy lifting for this week’s assignments, much of this is based on the work he did last semester. … Continue reading

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ds106zone LoDown 018 (talking smack with Jim Groom)

Given the state of exhaustion Scottlo has found himself suffering under, Rochelle and I have done the heavy lifting these past two days. My show clocked in at a cool 32 minutes (sorry Andrew Thomas Experience) and it may be … Continue reading

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Week 3: Radio, Radio, Radio Show

Hey all you ds106zonies! It’s time to get serious in the 5th dimension of teaching and learning online. I have already laid the groundwork for week 3 in the pre-assignment post that sets up the radio groups, structure, and a … Continue reading

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Fire and Ice

Inspired by Claire Patrick’s Art Invitation for “The Midnight Sun” Twilight Zone episode, I decided to take Robert Frost’s poem “Fire and Ice” and place it on top of Norma’s painting from that episode. I love that the poem maps … Continue reading

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ds106zone: The Fifth Dimension of Teaching and Learning

Audio from the talk This past Thursday I delivered the above presentation to the kind and awesome folks at the University System of New Hampshire’s 3rd Annual Academic Technology Institute (a.k.a #usnhati on Twitter). The event is an intensive, 4-day … Continue reading

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A special darkness all my own

One of the things I really love about the classic “The Eye of the Beholder” Twilight Zone episode is the tension built up during the scene wherein the doctors and nurses unwrap the gauze. Everything was working towards this moment, … Continue reading

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