Chance of Due Date: Tuesday, July 21
Working with your group, explore distributed storytelling using QR coding. You should use your own material (stills, video and/or audio you recorded with school equipment or your smartphone) and at least one external item such as news article, text, Twitter feed, Youtube, Vimeo link, etc. Based on in-class discussion on social engagement, your group will be creating a “story in public place”. This can be a neighborhood tour, short fiction, scavenger hunt, a personal reflection, or an advocacy project. Think of interaction possibilities: how can this practice expand the experience and engage new audiences? Consider explorative, archival and performative functions. Working together with your group, generate the codes (5 to 6 codes), post in public, photograph the sites (as evidence) and create a brief one page report that discusses your choices and the functionality of the project. Make sure you include the QR codes in your report and post it to our course blog.