OpenEd Treasure Box Prompt 7

by cogdog on October 22, 2012

Prompt 7: Share a photo, audio, or video that represent the first thing about Open Education conference you will share with your colleagues

This is our seventh (and last) daily prompt for attendees to share things that represent their Open Education 2012 experience. This was available on a special little device we call the OpenEd Treasure Box – a local sharing environment that will be on premises next week in Vancouver.

We collected an interesting set of media, but want to cast the call once more for contributions, now that you have left the conference, but before the experience starts to dissipate (not that we expect it will…).

By the end fo this week, we will be posting the content of the box back online so you can have a chance to explore, and maybe make something of the media we collected.

The things you asked to share- any file you can upload from your computer- are the stuff that you do NOT put out into public social media. Why? because this is an experiment in local shared media that will have no context, yet is unique, like from a time capsule.

The goal was to explore a new way of capturing the conference experience in media.

If you missed yesterday’s prompt,  no worries- you can do these in whatever order works for you- it was

Each day’s prompt includes a creative challenge for you to capture in photo, graphic. video, audio form, heck even text is ok. How you interpret it is wide open.

How to Share:

Since the conference is over, the box is gone… but we still offer a way for you to send media to our dropbox The key thing is to give your files a descriptive (or mysterious) name before you upload them- that is the only information you can share about the contents.

Upload as many things as you like to dropitto.me/cogdog – use the password storybox. Or you can email attachments to the dropbox via

 storybox (UNDERSCORE) tu8r (AT) sendtodropbox DOT com

Learn more about this PirateBox technology (open source)

Not So Small Print

Because of the nature of this anonymous technology, there is no way to provide credit for media shared, we are asking for the most free of licenses- that you release media into the public domain under CC0

CC0

To the extent possible under law, Open Education 2012 Conference has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Open Education 2012 Treasure Box. This work is published from: Canada.

If you don’t like these ridiculous conditions, then please disconnect and have a nice day. We admit by asking you to share in anonymity, we won’t be able to give you credit… but how more open can you get?

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