Archives for November, 2015

Thanksgiving break has come and gone here at DS106, and with next week bearing the full weight of the final

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Instead of writing up an explanation of what you learned, instead formulate your own understanding about remix and mash-up, and

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Original Assignment A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, created by Stephanie Englman They say a picture is worth a

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This assignment in pretty simple, yet very powerful. Mash-up your own work! Take at least 3 things you’ve done this

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Make your own song using other lyrics. Complete this assignment by combining the lyrics from at least 5 different songs

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You’ve probably seen those videos where people take a photo of themselves every day for a year or seven years

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For this Daily Create challenge, I had to “do a monochromatic still life sketch.” I decided to use an Apple

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Today’s Daily Create task was rather simplistic, as all we had to do was “find the nearest item to [us]

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For these two weeks, we’re only meant to do three Daily Create assignments instead of the usual four or six.

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The biggest test of my editing skills to date has come and gone, as today, I premiered my “Five-Word Book

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