Listen: Student Work from the Short Audio Documentary Class Is Available Online

Photograph by Maggie Smith

Thirty-six audio pieces from undergraduate students in this spring’s Short Audio Documentary course, taught by CDS audio program director John Biewen, are now available online.

Each student produced four short docs during the semester; for the spring 2012 class, the themes of the pieces are:

Identity: A theme agreed upon by the class for their joint project, with stories on laughter, stereotypes, and more.

Third Coast Audio Challenge: Pieces responding to this year’s Third Coast International Audio Festival ShortDocs Challenge.

Duke Magazine: Audio pieces to accompany the alumni magazine’s stories online.

Groundwork: Contributions to the CDS radio and multimedia project of the same name, exploring democratic action at the local level.

Maker’s Choice: Student’s prerogative.

Listen to the audio documentaries here.

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    2 Responses to “Listen: Student Work from the Short Audio Documentary Class Is Available Online”

    1. This seems like a great project, unfortunatley though it doesn’t seem like the short docs are available at the posted link. Can you check it and see if you can get them online?

      Sincerely,
      Chris from BMHQ

    2. Liz says:

      Hi Chris,

      The link to click on in that post is in the last line of the post, “Listen to the audio documentaries here.” But here’s the page it takes you to, where you can access the students’ audio pieces: http://sites.duke.edu/docst155s_01_s2012/

      Thanks for your interest in CDS…

      CDS communications

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