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How to Make a Zeega

| October 24, 2013 | 1 Comment
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Zeega is a unique online platform for creating fun visual mashups out of things you find on the internet. Zeega places a great deal of emphasis on visual pizzazz, music, discovery, and fun and it’s authoring environment is very easy to use. Zeega is a great tool for exploration. For a lot of the other projects and tools we look at in the educast series, we like to plan out, organize and have very specific goals about what we are making. But for Zeega, I think it’s really best to go in with a simple concept or interest, and use the tool itself to see where you go and be spontaneous with what you’re making. Not all online visual authoring tools offer this kind of flexibility, which is why it can be really worthwhile to give Zeega a try.

This video overviews how to create a Zeega on their website.

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Gabriel Peters-Lazaro researches, designs and produces digital media for innovative learning. He is the media design lead and an instructor in the Media Arts + Practice Division of the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. He is a member of the MacArthur Foundation’s Media Activism and Participatory Politics (MAPP) project and is currently working to develop participatory media resources and curricula to support new forms of civic education and engagement for young people. In 2009, he helped create The Junior AV Club, an ongoing project that explores mindful media making and sharing as powerful practices of early childhood learning. As instructor of IML 500 – Digital Media Tools and Tactics, he helps graduate students from across the University harness the powers of video and new media as research tools to support their scholarly pursuits. He received his B.A. in Film Studies from UC Berkeley, completed his M.F.A in Film Directing and Production at UCLA and is a Ph.D. candidate in Media Arts + Practice. He is also an avid surfer.