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  1. @KendallResnick

    Mission: Complete

    Mission: Recruit and train new DS106 students Assigned to: Secret Agent Mia Holmes Status: Complete This is Mia Holmes, reporting on my previously assigned mission to recruit and train new DS106 students. This mission has been long and hard, but I have successfully managed to capture the essence of DS106 and turn it into various […]
  2. @KendallResnick

    Mia’s DS106 Thoughts

    Hey everyone! Mia Holmes here. Way back in the day, before I was a secret agent, I was a student. As a student, I took a class called Digital Storytelling, or DS106. This class taught me many valuable lessons that improved my digital skills. When I first joined the class, I had limited technology skills. […]
  3. @KendallResnick

    Mission Remix

    Last week, I wrote a post with some ideas for our final mission. I am still planning on sticking with my ideas, but I have a few new plans. Instead of recruiting and training new DS106 agents, I think my final mission should be recruiting and training new DS106 students. Since the theme of the […]
  4. @KendallResnick

    A (Backwards) Hop, Skip and a Jump

    The “Play It Backward, Jack” assignment was to “Take a video of something in your life–someone running, the toilet flushing, the sink dripping, someone spitting, whatever–and reverse it!” This assignment seemed pretty simple to me, so I decided to make it a little more interesting. Instead of taking a video and reversing it one time, […]
  5. @KendallResnick

    So Long Week 10

    This week was a culmination of many of the things we have been learning in DS106 this semester, from sound to design. The assignments were video based, and we spent time looking at cinematic camera work and the ways that films are made. After reading/watching various articles and videos, I created this video essay that […]

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