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November 28, 2008

Hollywood Connected: final project

Filed under: A Movie! — lisahistory @ 8:46 am
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This is a 13 minute film in .mov format.

Medium size and quality (60MB)

Medium size but lower quality (20 MB)

The big mother (177 MB) for discerning viewers who appreciate a finer cinematic experience

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10 Comments

  1. Love it!

    Comment by Saša — November 29, 2008 @ 9:21 am

  2. Hi Lisa,

    Great entertainment for the holiday weekend, and I think your open-ended questions are quite a fine transition to the next stage, whatever that may be… ! And I appreciate the movie clip aggregation– now there’s a time saving concept 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to future updates (blog? twitter? skype!?) on your connectivist teaching adventures.
    Cheers,
    Carmen

    Comment by Carmen Tschofen — November 29, 2008 @ 9:34 am

  3. Lisa,
    Oooo-la-la!
    We have in common some theater experience (I designed and built 3-4 sets per year for over ten years) and an obvious love of movies. Also, the choice of the films was a window into your personal world. “please to meet-cha” [Silverado]
    B-ob

    Comment by Bob Bell — November 29, 2008 @ 12:10 pm

  4. […] storytelling – Lisa style presentation, although I currently don’t have the technical […]

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  5. I am off to town to get big enough bandwidth to download the large cinematographic experience!

    What a delightful, creative presentation.

    Thank you, Lisa.

    Comment by Keith Lyons — December 3, 2008 @ 6:15 pm

  6. Lisa,

    Here is my final project http://bradleyshoebottom.wordpress.com/2008/12/05/cck08-final-assignment-cmap-recording-presentation/

    Brad

    Comment by bradleyshoebottom — December 4, 2008 @ 5:19 pm

  7. Lisa,

    Awesome presentation. You sure you weren’t a film major in a previous life. Nice climatic finish with Yoda. Looks like youa re a fellow Trekkie.

    You raised a concern about privacy. My wife criticized my decision to put all my contact info out on Facebook. As a historian, I know how easy it it to find out anything you want about someone, so my belief is why hide where I live (Using http://www.canada411.ca, you can find me easily as I am the only one of my unique name.) Oprah had a show on scams on TV today (Dec 4) and the thrust of that was why make it easier for the scammers. They seemed to imply that use of ecommorce sites should be used with a psuedonym so no-one can try to do a web search on your real name and them try to scam you into buying other goods off-site.

    Brad

    Comment by bradleyshoebottom — December 4, 2008 @ 5:46 pm

  8. Hi Lisa,
    I missed your post here until today. Wow, I love your movie. Connectivism at its very best (entertaining, energising). It also summarises some of the views and perspectives of the learners and facilitators. You have included that Sound of Music (my favourite)into your story, that’s amazing.
    Hoping that I could stay connected with you.
    Thanks again for such brilliant post. Best ever.

    Comment by suifaijohnmak — December 6, 2008 @ 9:45 pm

  9. Gosh, Lisa..you must have watched a whole load of movies :). What was really interesting is how you made connections to them from within the context of the CCK08 experience and tied it all together. Would love to be in your class!

    Comment by Viplav Baxi — December 9, 2008 @ 3:26 am

  10. No movies were harmed (or even viewed) during the making of this film.

    What this actually is, to reflect off Viplav’s comment, is some of the many movie bits that occurred to me *during* the class itself, as we all explored the ideas of connectivism. I have loved movies for so long, and seen so many, that it was a natural connection for me. The hard part was choosing which few to use.

    Comment by Lisa — December 9, 2008 @ 7:54 am


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