Kansas State Video - Communicating with Students Today

Students in a Kansas State University anthropology course put together a video essay that highlights how students communicate, how that impacts their studies, and the challenges that the 21st century brings.

The video illustrates some interesting points about how to communicate with students; it also serves as an example of what is possible using collaborative tools like Google Documents or Sakai.

You may also view a higher quality Quicktime version (97 Mb).

The video was created by Michael Wesch and 200 students in his Intro to Cultural Anthropology course. More information is available on the Digital Ethnography blog.

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