You’re invited to join in “The 12 Days of Playing with Media:” A series of twelve workshops focused on learning more effective ways to communicate with digital text, images, audio and video in December 2011! Visit learn.playingwithmedia.com for complete details as well as registration links.
Each workshop will be offered in three versions:
- a 3 hour hands-on, BYOL (bring your own laptop) workshop held in Oklahoma City ($50 per participant*)
- a 1 hour, interactive videoconference for participants using Skype or a H.323 video endpoint ($100 per site*)
- a 60 minute, downloadable video podcast (99¢)
* Pricing is for credit card payments, an additional processing fee applies if paying via school purchase order.
- Dec 1: Creating Multimedia eBooks
- Dec 2: iPhoneography
- Dec 5: Tell a Story in 5 Photos
- Dec 6: No-Edit Audio Podcasting
- Dec 7: iPad Quick Edit Videography
- Dec 9: Classroom Blogging
- Dec 12: Narrated Slideshows
- Dec 13: Classroom Radio Shows
- Dec 14: Puppet Videography
- Dec 19: Classroom Learning Portals
- Dec 20: iPad Media Creation
- Dec 21: Classroom Backchannels
Each face-to-face workshop will take place in Oklahoma City from 8:30 to 11:30 am. 15 seats are available for these sessions. Workshops are BYOL: Bring Your Own Laptop. Wifi connectivity and electrical power will be provided. Videoconferences will be held each day from 2-3 pm CST, and 4 different remote sites per workshop can attend. (The number of attendees at remote sites is up to event organizers.) Videoconferences will be bridged by Bluejeans Network, which permits simultaneous, disparate endpoints to participate in the same conference. This means you can connect whether you have a fancier H.323 videoconferencing endpoint from Tandberg, Polycom, LifeSize or another vendor… or you simply have a Skype connection via your laptop, desktop computer, or iPad.
All registrations for these workshops and videoconferences are via EventBrite. Videoconference session recordings will subsequently be available as 99¢ downloadable podcasts. Participation in videoconference sessions includes agreement/permission to record and commercially share the interactive session.
I hope you’ll plan to join in one or more of these December workshops, either in person in Oklahoma City or online via videoconferencing technologies. “Bring your device and we’ll meet in the cloud!” 🙂
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Naturally you WOULD have to be halfway across the country! So scratch the in-person option for me. Looks like the podcast option will be the way to go. I’m chuckling as I’m going down the list as I go ‘I want that one, and that one, and that one….’ Perhaps the next time you’re on the East Coast you’ll consider doing a similar series. (wishing, wishing, wishing)