If you’ve heard of projects like the Millennium Photo Project and 24 Hours of Flickr, you’ll readily understand the basic idea behind the “One Day on Earth” video documentary project. In one twenty-four hour period of time, 10.10.10 or October 10, 2010, volunteers from around the world on seven continents will work together to document our day. This 2 minute, 30 second video provides an overview.
What are you planning to do on Sunday, October 10th this year? Why not storychase with thousands of others around the world? Customized educational toolkits are available for teachers who will work with students on this project. Participation is very straightforward: Sign up, Document, Share and View.
The founding principles of “One Day on Earth” are Perspective, Inclusivity, Individuality, Community, Education, and Technology. More information about each of these principles is available.
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