based on: wp.me/prJu2-3ha
The goal is to encourage people to think of their digital devices as tools they (and their students) can use for capturing media. A version of this could also be a great activity for a class.
- Work in teams of 3-5.
- Capture media on a phone or other digital recording device.
- All items must be original digital media, not downloads from the Internet.
- Options for storing media (may be combined)
- A shared Google Drive folder
- Upload to YouTube, Flickr, SoundCloud, etc.
- Options for submitting entries (may be combined)
- URL for shared Google Drive folder
- Google Doc with links to the media
- Each team must submit at least one item from each category.
- Winner is the one with the most items out of twelve listed below.
In case of a tie, the team with the most creative entries wins.
Sound recording (20 seconds max)
- Ambient sound from a restaurant
- A person saying their name and language in English,
then reading in a language not taught at Notre Dame:
Cheer, cheer for old Notre Dame. Wake up the echoes cheering her name.
- Inside the CDS sound booth, verbally explain something that’s more easily explained visually
- An academic presentation spoken as a used car TV commercial
- A book printed before 1750
- A panorama from these coordinates: 41.702353, -86.235169
- A candid photo of someone reading in a public place – other than a library
- Three or more phones with screens that form something as a group
Video (20 seconds max)
- A random act of kindness
- Someone doing something that requires special physical skill
- Acting out the phrase, “release the Kraken”
- Someone reading HTML code out loud at the entrance to a building