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With the rapid evolution of technology and internet access, students now find themselves with multiple avenues for learning. No longer restricted by the need to confine themselves to libraries for research and theory work, education must adapt to students new needs. 762 more words

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Joining a Proposed Pitch [Final Project]

With the idea in mind, I approached Dr. B. Brownie of the University of Hertfordshire, hoping to ask if the university has any guidelines in regards to distance learning, and videos used for education. 56 more words

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Lessons Learned in Flash [Final Project]

While attempting to refamiliarize myself with Flash, now known as Animate, I found several long standing issues that I finally wanted to answer. First on the list, is the issue of audio. 176 more words

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Video Example - PBS Idea Channel [Final Project]

PBS Idea Channel, while mostly live action, incorporates elements of animation, depending on the subject being covered. Idea Channel covers a variety of subjects, usually topical, using media such as films, games, and television, to discuss the material in a more easy to manage fashion. 32 more words

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Video Example - TED-ED [Final Project]

TED, already known for their insightful videos from world confrenses, on interesting subjects. TED-ED provides animated background lessons, on subjects frequently covered in conferences. The videos are completely animated, and while varying in animation style, most are simplistic and mirror the subject matter being discussed. 24 more words

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Video Example - Crash Course Literature [Final Project]

The Crash Course series of videos provide short explanations and discussions of subjects in parts. Usually, they have two series running simaltaniously, for example, Literature on one day, History on another. 81 more words

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