Here are transcript materials for my presentation at the Symposium on Sound, Rhetoric, and Writing 2018.
OU’s Student Technology Center Resources
Lab Work Stations and Breakout Rooms: The STC has 40 workstations (10 Mac, 30 PC) for students. Three computers have the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite for use. New for fall 2018 will be Breakout Rooms where students can meet in groups and display work on TV screens.
Student Technology Mentoring: Students can sign-up for 1-on-1 appointments with student mentors who are trained in all software available at the STC.
Custom Workshops: bring your class in to the STC, and work with employees to customize a session for your needs.
Equipment Loan Program: Students can check out laptops, tablets, video cameras, microphones, voice recorders, and more for 3 business days (one week for laptops). There is also a reservation list where students can reserve equipment in advance.
- Laptops (5 Macs, 8 PCs)
- iPads and Tablets (7 available)
- 1 Drawing Tablet
- Video Cameras (8 Canon Rebel DSLR, 4 DSLRV, 2 HD camcorders)
- Microphones (2 Yeti mics, 2 digital voice recorders)
Syllabus for WRT 3071: Podcasting, taught fall 2017
Audacity workshop 1 – orienting
Audacity workshop 2 – layering voices
Audacity workshop 3 – mixing found assets
Oral History Assignment Sheet, from WRT 3071
Audacity audio editor version 2.2.2 (download at http://audacityteam.org/) with LAME encoder (download at http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/faq_installation_and_plug_ins.html – lame)
“The Psycho across the Street” audio research story, by Audrey Downs (WRT Major, 2017 graduate)
The 25 Best Podcast Episodes Ever – (published in 2014)
10-Minute Tech Comm
99% Invisible – about “all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.”
Buzzfeed’s 27 Podcasts for 2017
The Guardian’s Best 50 Podcasts of 2016
HowSound – a podcast about podcasting and radio storytelling
IndieWire’s 50 Best Podcast episodes of 2017 so far
Kscope Record Label – Podcasts
The Kitchen Sisters Present… – explores “lost recordings, shards of sound along with new tales of remarkable people from around the world —stories from the flip side of history.”
NME’s Best 13 Podcasts
Out of the Blocks – “one block at a time, radio producer Aaron Henkin and electronic musician Wendel Patrick are sharing the stories of Baltimore in a way that’s never been heard before.”
Podcast Alley – aggregator for podcast news and resources
Radiotopia – a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts.
S-Town (explicit content)
Serial, season 1 (explicit content)
Time’s 50 Best Podcasts Right Now
Inquiry through Video Assignment Sheet, WRT 1060
Getting Ready for Video handout, WRT 1060
Making your Practice Video – Directions (outside of class)
Video Editing Hardware and Software Intro Workshop (in class)
Sample videos (of all quality levels)
Vie and Walls special issue of Kairos summer 2015: “Because Facebook: Digital Rhetoric/Social Media”
Netprov activity from WRT 233
WRT 233’s Netprov story from 2016: https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23wrt233&src=typd
Here are some materials from my Cs 2018 presentation, “‘Videoing’ Methods and Modalities for Transforming Digital Composition.” You can access some of the videos I discuss here:
- Trisha Campbell’s “I am Josephine Miles: A Digital Reprocessing“
- Bump Halbritter and Julie’s Lindquist’s “Sleight of Ear: Voice, Voices, and the Ethics of Voicing” – forthcoming 2018
- Crystal VanKooten’s “Mikayla and John discuss transfer across assignments“
Powerpoint slides (some slides contain video clips that may or may not be accessible through PPT):
Transcripts for the videos within the PPT: Transcripts_VanKooten_Cs2018
Here is the transcript for the videos played within the talk “Digital Video and the Transfer of Writing Knowledge across Media.”
Here is the video transcript for Crystal VanKooten’s video presentation at CCCC 2017. Video transcript – VanKooten_CCCC_2017
Here is the presentation I gave at the University of Michigan Teaching with Technologies workshop last fall, entitled “Activism Goes Online: Writing with Facebook, Twitter, and Insta for Community Engagement.” Thanks to colleague Merideth Garcia for the invitation to speak and for posting the video.
I have to take just a few minutes to brag on the students in WRT 330 Digital Culture. Yesterday, they hosted a community event for Oakland University students called “Game On! Grizzlies” which also served as a benefit for Beaumont Children’s Hospital. The event was in fulfillment of the Digital Activism Project for our course, which asked them to design a community-based event, launch a social media campaign, and compose accompanying printed and digital texts.
“Game On! Grizzlies” was a unique challenge for us because students in the course are commuter students who drive to campus daily and haven’t been heavily involved with campus events. Designing, marketing, and writing for an on-campus event like “Game On! Grizzlies” was a new experience, and the class really came together as a community (both in-person and digitally) to make the event a success. We played games, tweeted, ate pizza, got to know each other better, posted to Facebook, met new people, and raised money for Beaumont.
Read more about the event on The Beaumont Blog: “Oakland University Students Gaming to Benefit Beaumont Children’s Hospital” and in The Oakland Press: “Oakland University Students Host Game Day to Relieve Stress.”