Take it away, and what do you have?

A fantastic end to the week … a discussion in and around the impact of learning design on the student experience. While there are so many aspects to this short discussion I had with a couple of colleagues, the main thrust of this post is about the ‘fluff’ that’s often added around the core information and resources, and what it actually looks like when you take the ‘fluff’ away.

Then we talked about watching music videos without the sound, and whether you can accurately identify the part of the song you’re watching … then we progressed to the stripped out music, and what can be added and how it changes, well, everything!

Do you remember this spoof Jagger/Bowie music video? Originally it was a 1985 hit (yes, I’m old enough to remember it on the radio & Top of the Pops), but some genius has removed the music and dubbed the murmurs, scratching, grunts, etc. Watch and enjoy below 9(or those interested, here’s the original).

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