Abstract
Video mashups can be a powerful approach to conceptualizing ideas. Students at Dartmouth have created original pieces of creative scholarship built on existing materials, while gaining a better understanding of how media can be manipulated to make a strategic point. The presenters will explain how to support educational video mashups and the road blocks incurred by scaling up video mashups. They will also address the concerns of copyright and share examples from diverse assignments.

Presenters
Susan Simon susan.simon@dartmouth.edu
Sarah Tischer Scully sarah.tischer.scully@dartmouth.edu

Presentation
Coming soon! PPT Presentation


Student Video Treatment Plan

Course YouTube Channels
Intro to Sociology YouTube Channel
Geography 40 YouTube Channel
Spanish 30 Final Video Projects
CoCo 6 YouTube Channel
Media Projects at Dartmouth YouTube Channel

Websites
Jones Media Center
Student Media Projects at Dartmouth
Center for Social Media - School of Communication at American University
Creative Commons Resources
Attributing Creative Commons Works
RWIT - The Student Center for Research, Writing and Information Technology at Dartmouth
AskTheTechies.com
Creative Commons

Student Feedback from Dartmouth
Student Video Project Survey