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Comment on Me, We and They. by helefant

Hi Manda, you wrote an interesting post, especially because you explained the ‘Me, We, Many’ factor, potencially contributing for better collaboration. My group did not apply this class information! However your post still seem a little vague to me. l’d like to know for instance why you chose crowdfunding vs. crowdsourcing. What do you mean by ‘volunteering’? Volunteering only meens willingly offering services without getting paid, therfore it can be related to crowdfunding or crowdsourcing, both volontary actions that people could perform.

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Comment on Me, We and They. by justelis122

I think the idea of fundraising is very effective advising to use GoogleAdGrants, apply for CharityShopping or participate in a Lottery which supports charities. But if you could do some research on charity shopping giving the websites or names. Putting these information on this blog would improve it.

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Comment on Me, We and They. by justelis122

I think the idea of fundraising is very effective advising to use GoogleAdGrants, apply for CharityShopping or participate in a Lottery which supports charities. But if you could do some research on charity shopping giving the websites or names. Putting these information on this blog would improve it.

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Comment on Act 1, scene 1… Action! by antonkiev1

Even if it was really nervous process, at the end my team was as united as possible. We had a really useful discussions, made few changes and good improvements for our script and video. Group worked pretty organised even if we didn’t have enough ‘props’ for filming. Who is looking for some pics from filming process – go to my Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001859173605

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Comment on Stahili’s challenges – our solutions by Marjanne Cuypers

Nice wrap up – it was BIG!

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Comment on Act 1, scene 1… Action! by esmeemessemaker

hey Amir! It’s hard to tell what our biggest challenge was but we did face trouble with getting the script and visuals on the same level. We filmed a green screen from top view so we needed to take every change in the script in account for the video. It was also hard to get the audio and visuals in the same time delay but we managed! Wednesday everything went a lot better, we filmed everything and the editing was done on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We are very happy with the end result. You’ll see tomorrow!

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Comment on Act 1, scene 1… Action! by amirsalar21

pretty nice and clear blogpost. I am wondering to know that, what was your biggest challenge with your group for filming?

All the best :)

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Comment on Act 1, scene 1… Action! by alisamazure

Laura, I’m proud to say that Wednesday we were able to leave all arguments behind and really “just do it”. Those that relaxed beyond our agreements during the holiday were able to put themselves together and acknowledge their responsibilities. As for the rest of us – we realized that anger won’t lead us anywhere. We are a good team, if we put our minds and spirits together – I think the experience of previous weeks of our mutual work reminded us that we need to stand by each other through thick and thin in order to achieve desirable results.
By the end of the day we were done filming and recording audio – on Monday it seemed as if we would never even start doing those things.
Now the fate of our video is in the hands of our editors. After seeing how they worked today, I am confident that each one of them has what it takes to edit our material not less than perfect (high hopes and expectations).

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Comment on Week X by alisamazure

Hello, Laura!
Definitely! =) We’re not keeping our hopes too high, because all our NGO representatives are pretty busy most of the time and for good reasons (battling injustice in courts), so we try not to put too much pressure on them (Michelle in particular). We will make sure she sees the video by the given deadline, but I mostly expect their volunteer Gillian who is studying in our University to be there for the final presentation.
As of now, Stahili’s are briefly informed on the content of the video – we discussed challenges that will be included in the video and brought them in on several solutions which will be described in detail in the video.

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Comment on Act 1, scene 1… Action! by Alexandra G.

I’m really curious about how it’s going to look like. Do you have some pictures made during the filming?

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