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This presentation, delivered to undergraduate media communications students at Bath Spa University, looks at the curation and remixing of old content into new. It includes a story of how I ...

This presentation, delivered to undergraduate media communications students at Bath Spa University, looks at the curation and remixing of old content into new. It includes a story of how I crowdsourced a story and shared it in a variety of formats.

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    • The joys of mixing and remixing content @martincouzins www.itsdevelopmental.com
    • Why me, why here, why now? Examples of content mixing and remixing Storytelling in the mix
    • Credit: James Barker
    • Credit: Discogs
    • Why here, why now? This is why . . .
    • So how is content being remixed?
    • Song to flowchart
    • Credit: Wikimedia 2 songs/videos into a new song/video
    • Book into animation
    • Digital game into physical game
    • Storytelling in the mix The mechanics of a crowdsourced story
    • Start with a question
    • Create a place for the answers Credit: Wikimedia
    • Keep narrating progress
    • Get creative with your content
    • Make the most of what you’ve created This project ended up taking many forms: •A Pecha Kucha talk at an unconference •A slidedeck on Slideshare •A video On Youtube •A blog post on itsdevelopmental.com •A set of images on Flickr
    • Final thoughts . . . 1.Choose your topic 2.Choose your tactics: crowdsourcing, curation, creation, remixing 3.Choose your tools 4.Narrate and amplify your work with social tools 5.Have fun as there is lots to be had, like this @martincouzins www.itsdevelopmental.com