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Environmental & Wildlife Filmmaking: Anacostia River Project, Chapter 1: Introduction

Yi Chen and Gbenga Idowu teamed up to produce a “making-of” documentary on a film produced for Maryland Public Television by American University’s Environmental and Wildlife Production class. The Center for Social Media teamed up with MIT’s New Media Literacy project to create three video exemplars with six American University School of Communication students. At the Center, the project was co-lead by SOC’s Maggie Burnette Stogner and CAS’s Celine-Marie Pascale. These exemplars are intended to help educators explore the skills needed to create new media with their students, and to be used as models to help students create their own exemplars

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