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Final (Comic Book) Projects: "Media & Pop Culture in SF" FYS: Spring 2015

Final (Comic Book) Projects: "Media & Pop Culture in SF" FYS: Spring 2015 | USF Events, Ideas, People | Scoop.it

             [image: Madeline's story, "The Clones of San Francisco"]

 

FYS:  MS 195-02: "Mashup:  Media & Pop Culture in San Francisco"

Final (Comic Book) Project

 

Milka:  https://www.storehouse.co/stories/p9nrj-evolution-of-milka

 

Yoon Jeong:  https://yoontherella.exposure.co/san-frantastic-or-not-so-san-frantastic

 

Ariel:  https://arielk.exposure.co/blue-roses

 

Shilaya:  https://shilaya.exposure.co/comic-life


Daniel:  https://hooniga.exposure.co/final-project


Aria:  https://awesomearia13.exposure.co/final-media-studies-project

 

Madeline:  https://www.storehouse.co/stories/p25c0-the-clones-of-san-francisco


Phoenix:  https://phoenix10.exposure.co/final-project

 

Alyssa:  https://alyssazzzz.exposure.co/the-me-in-media

 

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Excellent final (comic book) projects for the #USFCA First Year Seminar, "Mashup: Media & Pop Culture in San Francisco," spring 2015.

 

Students developed a comic or video that addressed a significant event or experience during their first year of college.  They also integrated a theory from cultural studies or media studies.

 

The results are posted on Storehouse.co or  Exposure.co.  Check out these great stories and comics!

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Madeleine: Evaluation of Storytelling, Processes, and Social Media Venues [DMP sp2014 Final Response]

Madeleine: Evaluation of Storytelling, Processes, and Social Media Venues  [DMP sp2014 Final Response] | USF Events, Ideas, People | Scoop.it

"the digital media sphere is highly complex within itself in the ways in which stories are shared and presented to greater audiences all around the world. I think the most important place to start is to ask yourself `What is a story?' and `What is storytelling?'."

 

sfMediaProf's insight:

Madeleine Forbes has some interesting insights into the processes and creation involved in storytelling -- and digital media production. Dept of Media Studies, USF: Digital Media Production spring 2014.

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Maya: Evaluation of Storytelling, Processes, and Social Media Venues [DMP sp2014 Final Response]

"Interviewing Patricia made me realize that telling a story to somebody is not  insignificant. It is very important to understand how to discuss with people, how to ask questions, how to build a respectful relationship."  Marine de Chocque

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In her last response for USF's Digital Media Production spring 2014, Maya shares insights into the process of storytelling: among which, it helps build relationships between people.

 

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USF Students Share Digital Stories Tues March 25, 10:30, McLaren 251

USF Students Share Digital Stories Tues March 25, 10:30, McLaren 251 | USF Events, Ideas, People | Scoop.it
Digital Storytelling is a low-tech way of telling short, personal stories – usually moments of transformation or change, often involving significant people and places in our lives. This screening features 14 self-reflexive stories created by students in USF’s Media Studies Digital Media Production class, Spring 2014.
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"Our Lives, Our Stories" -- join the class of MS 320: Digital Media Production as we celebrate stories created this semester!
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