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  • 1. Audio Interview Assignment Ryan Trauman Columbia College Chicago April 18, 2014
  • 2. “Composition classrooms can provide a context not only for talking about different literacies, but also for practicing different literacies, learning to create texts that combine a range of modalities as communicative resources: exploring their affordances, the special capabilities they offer to authors; identifying what audiences expect of texts that deploy different modalities and how they respond to such texts.” (Selfe, “The Movement of Air, the Breath of Meaning,” 643)
  • 3. Examples • Andrew Interviewing Celeste • Jake Interviewing Marion • Gionna interviewing Mylah • Devonte interviewing Marcus • Eninna interviewing Sam
  • 4. Rationale  respond to disciplinary calls for a more capacious definition of writing  cultivate students’ awareness, comfort, dexterity, and critical understanding of social online writing tools
  • 5. Rationale  encourage students to understand audio recording, editing, and circulation as invention and revision strategies, rather than merely as the “audio version” of a written text.  foster a collaborative writing environment
  • 6. -Equip -Prepare -Record -Edit -Publish -Reflect
  • 7. Equip
  • 8. Equip • Computer lab • Audacity • Microphone • Internet Connection
  • 9. Prepare
  • 10. Prepare • Touchstone Texts • Assignment Sequence • Collaborative Invention (Q’s & A’s) • Practice
  • 11. Record
  • 12. Record • One microphone per pair • One long take • Steve responsible for Jessica’s interview responses
  • 13. Edit
  • 14. Edit • Write & record intro, transitions • Audacity; multi-track; visual- spatial interface • Arrangement, Transition, Revision
  • 15. Publish
  • 16. Publish • Publish to SoundCloud • Share from SoundCloud • Embed with commentary on their individual WordPress site.
  • 17. Reflect
  • 18. Reflect • What did you find most satisfying about creating an audio text? • What did you find most challenging about creating and audio text? • If you could change anything from start to finish about the way you handled this process, what would it be?
  • 19. Stuff to get you started…
  • 20. Ryan Trauman • 502-759-4083 • rtrauman@colum.edu • @trauman (twitter) • ryantrauman (skype)
  • 21. Resources • Audacity Download • Creative Commons Search • Soundjay • Internet Archive
  • 22. Touchstones • This American Life • Radio Lab • Love + Radio • How Sound • Transom • PRX • RadioTopia • 99% Invisible • Bill Moyers • Studs Terkel
  • 23. Thank you.
  • 24. Questions?