I’m often impressed by the quality of work my students produce. Below, I’d like to share some of the final products created for a recent assignment.
The assignment was simply to produce video content. This went along with the social publishing chapter and we were reading which discussed the importance of good content. Because video is perhaps the fastest growing online content area, but most of my students had not yet experimented with it, the assignment was to produce video content. They had to create an original video between 2 and 10 minutes that told a story of some kind – there had to be a point of view. They could instruct, inform, entertain, or persuade. They couldn’t simply tape something for 2 minutes and turn it over. Other than having a point of view and a time minimum and limit, the choice was up to them.
Please enjoy the following videos – just a few of the pieces submitted. Students, thank you for your hard work – well done!
“Homecoming Freeboot Friday-Oct. 28, 2011″ by Sarah Caton
“Family Vacation” by Jordan M. Nolan
“Animal Kingdom” by Kelly McDade
“The Pencil Jam” by Brennan Hickey
“Viral Crazes of 2011″ by Mike Doherty