Listen to Student Audio Documentary Projects

Instructor John Biewen talking to students in the Introduction to Audio Documentary course. Photograph by Maggie Smith. December 13, 2010.

Short audio documentaries from undergraduate students in the Fall 2010 Introduction to Audio Documentary course and Spring 2010 The Short Audio Documentary course with John Biewen have been posted on CDS iTunesU.

Listen to student audio projects here*

*The piece “Friends With Benefits” contains explicit material that may be offensive to some listeners and may not be suitable for children.

Under a collaboration between the Center for Documentary Studies and Duke Magazine, students in John Biewen’s undergraduate class The Short Audio Documentary have produced audio features to complement the stories featured in the magazine. Listen to the pieces at  http://www.dukemagazine.duke.edu/documentingduke/

Pieces by students in The Short Audio Documentary course are also being made for the multimedia project by Kara Oehler and Ann Heppermann, Mapping Main Street.

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