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New Tools, New Film, & Online Video: All This and More Wed, 3/25th at DC Media Makers Hosted by NPR

Join DC Media Makers’ next meetup (at National Public Radio!)
Wed, MARCH 25th 6:30PM-8:00PM

To RSVP:
Just sign up via this Socializr’s link: http://www.socializr.com/event/301837294

NPR and our MARCH meetup:
Big thanks to guru media maker at National Public Radio – Andy Carvin – for hosting us.

DC Media Makers and you:
When it comes to making media, DC Media Makers’ preferred MO is “have fun, learn, create, share, repeat.”

So are you passionately interested in all things digital education i.e. online video, podcasts, mobile blogging, screencasting, and more?

If so – don’t walk but RUN to join in.

No matter what your level of experience with digital tech or media, there’s a place for you here. Share a favorite online video clip from your personal or professional portfolio or a new editing software or other production tips or a new project idea.

Bottom line:
DC Media Makers is the ‘big tent’ for peer learning and promoting digital literacy in DC.

Presenters for our next meetup (…awesome):

1.) Bruce Geisert, IT consultant, former board member of Arlington Community Television (now called Arlington Independent Media), and expert in online video production for nonprofits. -Hear more from Bruce on open education content publishing (Blackboard, Moodle, Wiki’s);

http://www.brucegeisert.org

2.) Producer Steve Fisher and Writer/Director Michael Dougherty, of Browncoats Redemption (a great fan movie being produced as a charity fundraiser). -Learn the ins/outs of production and what Steve’s team is doing online and off to make this movie happen.

http://browncoatsmovie.com;

–the charities it will benefit browncoatsmovie.com/ ?page_id=74

3.) Scott Stead, Founder of DC’s Documentary Club and longtime DC Media Maker, CNN tech guru, and more. -Learn what Documentary Club has in store this year.

http://documentaryclub.ning.com

http://scottstead.com

Remember:
To present at meetups – (casual style, we’re not anal) – please comment below or contact Jill Foster directly to share your professional or personal digital tech project (and the tools you’re using too!) with the group.

Contact Jill Foster: http://www.twitter.com/jillfoster.

And remember our feedback community:

–Do you want feedback on any particular media project or concept on your mind? We’re glad to listen and offer suggestions in that frank yet friendly way.

Will there be snacks?
…likely!

Address & conference room:
NPR
635 Massachusetts Ave NW
board room east (upstairs from lobby, down hall to right)
(2) blocks north of Chinatown

Metro:
Gallery Place/Chinatown, red, green, yellow lines

Upon arrival at NPR’s lobby:
Inform security you’re attending the DC Media Makers meeting. They’ll grant access from there (note above directions to the specific conference room).

To RSVP:
Just sign up via this Socializr’s link: http://www.socializr.com/event/301837294

See you there!

Join Us 1/29th: DC Media Makers at NPR

Join us!

To RSVP (…so we ensure your comfort!):
http://www.socializr.com/event/846446729.

NPR and our January meetup:
Big thanks to guru media maker at National Public Radio – Andy Carvin – for hosting us.

DC Media Makers and you:
When it comes to making media, DC Media Makers’ preferred MO is “have fun, learn, create, share, repeat.”

So are you passionately interested in all things digital education i.e. online video, podcasts, mobile blogging, screencasting, and more?

If so – don’t walk but RUN to join in.

No matter what your level of experience with digital tech or media, there’s a place for you here. Share a favorite online video clip from your personal or professional portfolio or a new editing software or other production tips or a new project idea.

Bottom line:
DC Media Makers is the ‘big tent’ for peer learning and promoting digital literacy in DC.

What’s up for our next meetup:
A few folks will share their cool media projects-in-motion, including:

Gabriela Schneider, Sunlight Foundation

Jill Foster on public presentations, tech, & your opinion

And you?

…it’s casual sharing yet with enthusiasm at the core. So share with us what you’re creating with digital tech.

And remember our feedback community:

–Do you want feedback on any particular media project or concept on your mind? We’re glad to listen and offer suggestions in that frank yet friendly way.

Will there be snacks?
…likely!

Address & conference room:
NPR
635 Massachusetts Ave NW
board room east (upstairs from lobby, down hall to right)
(2) blocks north of Chinatown

Metro:
Gallery Place/Chinatown, red, green, yellow lines

Upon arrival at NPR’s lobby:
Inform security you’re attending the DC Media Makers meeting. They’ll grant access from there (note above directions to the specific conference room).

To RSVP (…so we ensure your comfort!):
Just sign up via this Socializr’s link: http://www.socializr.com/event/846446729

dc media makers at npr, 6/19th: rsvp for our media mashup

Great news for DCMM & June’s meeting space:
The ever fantastic HQ for National Public Radio has offered use of their conference room for our June media-makin’ meetup.

Big thanks to Andy Carvin for making this happen (of note, Andy recently launched NPR’s Get My Vote online video tool — which is dynamite — http://www.npr.org/getmyvote/).

Save the date!
Thursday, June 19th, 6:30PM-8:00PM

RSVP per this link now as space is limited!
Just copy/paste into browser (old fashioned I know!): http://www.socializr.com/event/444478440

Who, What, Why:

  • It’s media mashup time.
  • This meetup – you are the media teachers and enthusiasts. So join us for a media making mashup where the #1 goal is to share enthusiasm and teach, learn, and teach some more your favorite media tools …and have a blast.
  • The primary mission of DCMM is to learn & practice media literacy, certainly with video at the core of our suite of interests…but not limited to. There’s Qik, Utterz, live web casts, & more for online video and interactive media.
  • So what’s your favorite tool and why? And would you show us how to use it?!
  • Bring laptops & anything in your techi trunk you want to share.
  • It’s mashup time…are you ready?!

“But what if I just want to observe and mind meld…”
Great! Join us, watch, learn, and observe over shoulders.

Address & conference room:
NPR
635 Massachusetts Ave NW
board room east (upstairs from lobby, down hall to right)
(2) blocks north of Chinatown

Metro:
Gallery Place/Chinatown, red, green, yellow lines

Upon arrival at NPR’s lobby:
Inform security you’re attending the DC Media Makers meeting. They’ll grant access from there (note above directions to the specific conference room).

Remember to RSVP(!) … as space is limited
Just copy/paste into browser (old fashioned I know!): http://www.socializr.com/event/444478440