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  • 1. HP, Digital Media, Learning and Youth Alejandro Luis Molina, José E. Rivera Puerto Rican Cultural Center & Batey Urbano
  • 2. WHAT WE WANT To expand youth technological literacy and creative/ cultural production through our programs, as a point to strengthen the connections to school and community; • PRCC has always seen youth as a starting point to implement the creation of a culture of technology; • Our programs and affiliates have strong history of using technology, including digital media.
  • 3. THE FORMS IT TAKES • The Puerto Rican Cultural Center, Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School, Batey Urbano, BACCA and Summer Job programs recruit from 4-5 area public high schools and are developing a digital youth network. • We are in the 3rd year of BACCA, our Barrio Arts, Culture and Communications Academy after‐school program. This program engages youth in the creation of content – providing both access and skills training, while tying it to the resolution of community problems. • Instructors have experience working with area youth on radio production, photography, video, theater, multimedia and social networking content, and will know how to use the latest software or techniques to showcase student work in a variety of online and community venues.
  • 4. BATEY URBANO IN THE COMMUNITY: C, C AND C! HTTP://FLICKR.COM/MUEVETE
  • 5. BATEY URBANO IN THE COMMUNITY: C, C AND C! HTTP://FLICKR.COM/MUEVETE
  • 6. Puerto Rican Cultural Center Summer Job Media Project 5 summer interns took a 4 week crash course in website creation and design, video interviews and editing and writing in this exploratory PRCC summer project. Over the course of the project, the student successfully conducted interviews using questions they wrote and discussed, edited the interviews and posted them to a website they created. Visit the website at: http://bit.ly/futureweb PRCC SUMMER MEDIA INTERNS FROM START TO FINISH: VIDEO EDITING, WEBSITE CREATION AND DESIGN
  • 7. HP Smart Communities Early Action Project Phase 1 As part of the Early Action Project aimed at strengthening collaboration between the Puerto Rican/Latino and African American youth from the East and West side of Humboldt Park, the PRCC, and Batey will partner with the Spoken Word Academy and the Westside Writing Project to teach website design and building skills, podcasting and rich-media use on the Web. Below: Batey Youth in the process of producing draft of Multimedia Manual that will be published online.
  • 8. HP Smart Communities Early Action Project Phase 1 In the last slide, Jessica Fuentes, a member of Batey Urbano and below, Samuel Vega, also a member, speak to the expectations of cross-cultural collaboration and how technology helps the Batey run their space.
  • 9. HP Smart Communities Early Action Project Phase 1 Draft cover of Multimedia manual, to be produced at blurb.com
  • 10. What We Use OPEN SOURCE, WEB 2.0 & FREE APPLICATIONS: Google Apps, Wordpress CMS, Open Office, Audacity, Open Proj, Flickr, Blip, Feedburner, Ourmedia & Internet Archive COMMERCIAL APPS: Pro-Tools, iMovie, AdobeCS2 CROSS-PLATFORM USE: Windows, Macintosh & Linux (Mint) Misc Hardware: point and shoot cameras, Flip video recorders, digital audio recorders