I am interested in hearing from members of the group that are interested in exploring collaborative models in digital media project development (music production, digital storytelling or documentary, video, animation, etc.). I am in the Chicago area for most of this year on sabbatical and would enjoy the opportunity to build a network of colleagues interested in working across institutional boundaries and communities of practice. This would include the possibility of both K-12 and higher ed collaborative ventures. Thanks.

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Have you seen this project? An International Documentary Filmmaking Project for Creative Students.


We are meeting with students today to hopefully form a team.

Kathy Lawrence
Program Specialist for Libraries
Thanks, Kathy. I have followed up and learned more about this project. I wonder if we can see some of the open source media editing tools described in Steve Wilmarth's post. I have sent a message to Steve in hopes of maybe getting an opportunity to explore this further. Keep us posted on how your team makes out.
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Thanks! Peggy Sheehy
Hi all! ahaafoundation.org is the beginning of a course in the history of art around the world. I am looking for collaborators who would like to set up Problem Based Learning. I am also interested in hearing from each of you . What would make this course more exciting. I do not know how to do all the bells and whistles.

Thanking you in advance.
Katherine Bolman
I am interested. Do you have any details? I teach third grade in Somers Point, New Jersey.



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