Here is the final version of our teams Documentary Video Project for The Olympic Medical Center Volunteer Program.
For our final project presentation in our Digital Storytelling course, we came up with the idea to make an eMagazine to present The Hero’s Journey. This eMagazine features information for on the journey and features the 12 steps of The Hero’s Journey. Here are my submissions for the project.
I hope this project will show future students the means of different paths in Marketing and that there are several ways to express our content. Keeping The Hero’s Journey as a prime example for the Multimedia Communications program, we must keep our creative processes original and exciting. This eMagazine is a great foundation that I hope will be continued as a legacy of work for The Hero’s Journey.
Step 12: Return with Elixir
You are now the hero you wanted to become. You have made it through the journey and return with the knowledge that you learned along the way.
Those you have returned to want to know your story. Now is the time to share your experiences.
As a student you have gathered all you have learned. You now highlight a showcase of your work, experiences, and expertise. These examples show what has been effective for you and will help show future students that they too can become a hero. Congratulations Superhero, you have made it through an extravagant journey!
Download of our classes full eMagazine:
Made by Nick Rehler
Here is video 16 of the Video Sampler Scavenger Hunt.
Here is video 15 of the Video Sampler Scavenger Hunt.
Here is video 14 of the Video Sampler Scavenger Hunt.
This blog’s focus is on the best ways of marketing The Hero’s Journey and ways that we have implemented the process of marketing the project from previous classes. The Hero’s Journey has long since been a solid example of incorporating Peninsula College into the virtual world. The market space of the virtual world is a growing process that has future investments that will continue to grow with major progress evolution.
With everything that has been incorporated into The Hero’s Journey in Second Life has become outstanding components to feature as symbols that we use to understand the process of being a student. The objects created could be 3D printed to represent as real life examples of what we learn in the development of The Hero’s Journey. Also we have planned on creating a real life scavenger hunt to simulate The Hero’s Journey to give the feel to new students and those that are wanting to be informed with the process of becoming a student at Peninsula College, when the scavenger hunt is completed, the participants would get a Hero’s Journey key chain.
Another form of marketing we are considering for The Hero’s Journey is what we will be doing for our final project for our course. Will be be doing a eMagazing that will presenting the works of our project in the form of a digital magazine that anyone can view to see how The Hero’s Journey helps with Peninsula College. These forms of marketing are all effective towards any marketing methods to help boost the word of The Hero’s Journey.
2. Hand Eye Coordination
4. Muscle Memory
Here is my video project for our Shared Experience video for Directing and Production class. Earlier I made a previs for this video with how I could have planned my video. I had quite a few ideas written down, but my video had changed due to how much I could fit into the video. All together, I did manage to get the major exhibits at the museum and featured my favorite photos that I had taken. Below will be the previous previs and then the video.
Here is version two of our team project video for the Olympic Medical Center Volunteer Program documentary. This version has some more fine tuning and also features music. Here is the video below.