Using the open-source editing software, Audacity, students will create an audio literacy narrative that details the evolving connection they have with a personal literacy practice.
Resources for learning how to plan, shoot, edit, source material, and store audio projects.
Students will experiment with what Carl Wilson calls a “sympathetic hearing,” meaning they will listen to a song that they despise with open ears and an open mind. They will then while then compose a podcast documenting their experiences.
For this project, students will create an audio documentary that weaves together a range of sonic elements (oral interviews, voiceover commentary, field recordings, music, etc.) to tell an original nonfiction narrative.
An assignment where students write, record, and edit a short audio story comprised of dialogue, music, and sound effects.
This assignment invites students to undertake their own experiments in audio storytelling by recording, reflecting upon, and remixing a conversation with another individual who has shared a common experience.
Students will use the web-based platform Storify to synthesize multiple social media platforms in order to further investigate the underlying concepts of a course reading.