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Film 315s presentation
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Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
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Film 315s presentation
Film 315s presentation
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A presentation on Summer Camps, and whether or not they should allow social media and digital devices.

A presentation on Summer Camps, and whether or not they should allow social media and digital devices.

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  • 1. Summer Fun<br />By Ian Grant<br />Image by: nodnarb<br />
  • 2. Social Media and mobile devices have always been prohibited at<br />summer camps<br />Image by: zstarrw<br />
  • 3. Do you think it is time <br />we thought it over?<br />Image by: Photogen<br />
  • 4. The world has <br />gone digital<br />question that we have created<br />a successful and functional digital expansion of life.<br />With over 600 million Facebook <br />users it is no question<br />
  • 5. Image by: mushi<br />It has quickly<br /> become<br /> a prominent <br />part of <br />what <br />represents<br />us humans<br />It Represents our World<br />
  • 6. Image by: g1ggl3b0x<br />But are there some places<br /> it doesn’t belong?<br />
  • 7. Image by: sarahquinn<br />Summer Camps <br />have always been a place<br />for children to play learn and grow… <br />Image by: fraba<br />
  • 8. Image by: bajer<br />Where kids can meet friends <br />and create new bonds<br />
  • 9. Each year more than 11 million<br />children and adults<br />attend camp in the U.S.<br />Image by: worldfamousdesignjunkies<br />
  • 10. Image by: everly<br />The number of day camps<br />in the U.S.<br /> has grown<br /> 90%<br /> in the past<br />20 years.<br />Image by: mushi<br />(http://www.acacamps.org/media-center/camp-trends/fact) <br />
  • 11. It is a place to socialize the <br />‘old fashion’ way<br />human to human contact. <br />BUT…<br />Image by: danieleckler<br />
  • 12. Image by: ktagilbert<br />Is human to human not enough?<br />Must we have that digitalconnection as well?<br />
  • 13. Image by: Flaneur<br />
  • 14. Image by: mathewvu<br />What would a summer camp be like with<br />social media?<br />
  • 15. What if the camp set up an inter camp<br />web based server for campers to share<br />with only the kids at the camp? <br />Image by: iluistra<br />
  • 16. Image by: lynnetteastaire<br />Would it hinder the process <br />of making friends?<br />
  • 17. Or would it be easier for the campers<br />seeing as this is how they grew up?<br />Image by: Callum<br />
  • 18. The Goal is to let kids be kids<br />BUT what if an extension of ‘being kids’ comes with Digital Devices and<br />Social Media?<br />Image by: shoobz<br />
  • 19. Instead of fighting <br />the growing technology,<br />Image by: oscarfalcon<br />
  • 20. Should we <br />Accept it…<br />and move on?<br />Image by: blessthisstuff<br />
  • 21. Credits<br />All Images are lisenced under the Creaative Commons Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 agreement, and sourced from Flickr.<br />Image by: willywonka<br />

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