Video or media projects may be deposited here in the following way:
1. Have a brief Word or PDF document that is descriptive of the content (liner notes, program, credits, script, etc.). Deposit this as the main or primary document.
2. Check the box that says "Please check this if you'd like to add additional files "
3. After you click "Submit," you will go to a second page where you can upload the video or media file.
Be aware that the DigitalCommons server does not support streaming. Media files are archived and can be downloaded and replayed or stored locally. Note that internet bandwidth can be an issue for especially large files.
An alternative method is to host your video or media at a streaming server (such as YouTube) and link to it from this series, using the " Link out to file on remote site" option.
Scholastic Journalism Adviser's Guide, Mark Hilburn
Native Advertising: An International Perspective, Emily Giller
Breaking the Silence: the story of one in four, Janice V. Leister
The Ethics of Data Journalism, Rebekah E.D. McBride
Common platforms and devices used to access news about Native Americans, Rebekka J. Schlichting
Today’s Curation: News of the Art Museum and the Crowd, Amanda M. Guenther
Case Study on the First-time Use of a Webinar by a Small Marketing Firm, Lauren M. Harrison
Native Daughters 2: A 60-minute documentary featuring Native women from Oklahoma, Princella Ann Parker