Thinking About Pedagogy

Roundtable: Remix and Videographic Criticism
A conversation with Corey Creekmur, Melanie Kohnen, Jonathan McIntosh, Lori Morimoto and Katherine Morrissey “on the interrelationships between videographic criticism and other evolving forms of video remix, including political remix and making fanvids.” (From Cinema Journal, vol. 56 no. 4, 2017, pp. 159-184.)

Implementing Remix “Best Practices” In the Classroom (An Experiment)
Consoleing-Passions Presentation, 2016

Stop Teaching Software, Start Teaching Software Literacy
Flow, 2015

How-To Guides for Digital Projects

Most of these resources were designed for my students to use as part of the digital and/or remix projects I often assign in my classes. They are typically geared more towards beginners than experienced professionals. These are also constantly evolving documents. Each semester, I collect new resources and suggestions from my students. If you have tips of your own you’d like to add, please let me know. I’m always looking for new resources and ideas to share.

Important Information:

A Copyright/Fair-Use Disclaimer
Read this before you begin.

Tools and Tips:

Collecting Source Materials: Video/Audio Content

Collecting Source Materials: Recording Video on Your Screen/Game Console

Collecting Source Materials: Finding Creative Commons Materials

Collecting Source Materials: Creating Screencaps

Creating/Editing Your Own Videos

Creating a Website

Useful Image Editing and Graphic Design Software

Working With Twine (Interactive/non-linear stories and games.)