Nothing makes an instructor prouder than seeing the work of our students get recognized.
I'm happy to announce my PHO245 students from last semester worked well together to create a powerful photo essay on arson in Toledo that was recently published on rustwire.com.
It wasn't a big investigative piece into the arson problem. The joint student community assignment was intended to teach them the basics of storytelling with a purpose. They learned how to plan, organize and produce a photo story using an added element of audio.
The community photo story project is always the highlight of each semester, and this project on arson was even more special because it was published!
Thank you rustwire.com for giving our students a real outlet to demonstrate their hard work!
The story: http://rustwire.com/2013/02/11/burned-a-photo-essay-on-arson-in-toledo/.