Thursday, February 11, 2010

YouTube Doubler at bavatuesdays/Touchstone for Other Class Uses

YouTube Doubler at bavatuesdays

"Could see that being a very effective way for thinking through video editing, which is a series of important choices that one learns through both practice and example—and one needs to learn right away that cutting and editing have become synonymous for a reason—you must cut, cut, and then cut your shots again. "
 This could also be a lesson to writers as well. Kill yer babies. Clip back the flush of verbiage. I can also see it as a way to promote creative presentation ideas in the classroom.  And a simple but fun collaborative project to get students to work together.


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