Monday, April 25, 2016

RIP To This Class

Click here to check out my end-of-the-semester video!

Emily Austin's Final Video Project

Here is Emily Austin's final exam video/slideshow project. Check out some more of her work in the "Beyond the Grave" First Year Experience course here. 



Kizoa video

Click here to see my final video

Beyond the Grave and Beyond

You can view my end of the year wrap-up video here!

Final Video

Watch my course overview HERE

Summing Up The Semester

It's been a great semester. Click here to see how I've summed it up.

Last, But Not Least

Hey everyone! Here is my Kizoa video that I have put together to conclude my time with this FYE-course. I hope you all enjoy watching it as I have enjoyed taking this class.

Final Video

Check out my final video on my blog to see what I learned this semester.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Final Grave Video

Hey everyone! Check out my end of the year video to show what my most memorable moments were in this Beyond the Grave class by clicking here.

Enjoy,
Amanda

Final Grave Experience

http://deathisinevitablee.blogspot.com/2016/04/blog-post.html

Semester Wrap Up

I could not have asked for a better First Year Experience. Here is a video composed of my favorite adventures this semester!! Enjoy.

Final Project: Kiersten Camby

Check out my final project here! Have a great summer!

Not-So-Final Words

While technically an epitaph would be someone's final words, this video will constitute as mine for the semester

Final Video Post Magnolia Cemetery

Check out my last video post with Kizoa for Magnolia Cemetery here! Video entails some of my favorite grave sites at Magnolia Cemetery.

Wrapping It All Up...

Click here to view my final post of the semester! Please enjoy this slideshow of the best pictures I've taken for this class throughout the semester!

-Harper Richards

End of Year Video

Check out my Kizoa movie here.

Kizoa Movie Maker Final Posy

click here to see my final movie maker project!

Allie's End of Semester Video Project

I really enjoyed visiting different Charleston gravesites and participating in activities during the Beyond the Grave class. Check out my video highlighting some of my favorite memories here.

The Chronicles of Charlestonia

Heyo check out my Kizoa video of this semester's explorations!

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Monday, April 18, 2016

Old Charlestonian

Learn about Caroline Gilman HERE

A Look at a Charlestonian: Annabel Lee

Check out my post about Annabel Lee!
By Savannah Hirst

Thomas Bennett Jr legendary Charlestonian

Click HERE to read about him!

Birds of a Feather : Kiersten Camby

Check out my post here 

A Deceased Friend of Mine.

Click here to read about Rev. Nathan Bassett Jr., one of the first dead pastors in Charleston.

Old Charlestonian

Read about my Old Charlestonian Civil War veteran here.

In His Honor - Old Charlestonian

Check out my latest post about Hugh Swinton Legare here!

Old Charlestonian

Making a fuss about Muckenfuss. read more here

A Walk Through Time

Click here to read my latest blog post on the famous South Carolinian M. P. O'Connor.

Old Charlestonian

Click here to learn about Hugh Swinton Legare.

What Do an Old Paint Shop and the Illuminati Have in Common? The Story of William M. Bird

Click here to read about William M. Bird, the subject of my Old Charlestonian project.

-Harper Richards

Paige's Old Charlestonian

Click here to see my post on William Capers Muckenfuss!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

A Reposing Soul

Check out my post on Capt. Joseph Hunt, and Old Charlestonian! You can view it here.

Epic Epitaphs!

Check out my prezi of epic epitaphs here!

An Old Charlestonian that Hannah Discovered

Hey everyone! Do you want to learn all about the life of a chosen and faithful pastor by the name of William H. Fleming? Click here to view the blog post. Hope you enjoy!

Friday, April 15, 2016

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Monday, April 11, 2016

Savannah Visit- Windows Movie Maker Class Demo

Alesia and I just had a wonderful weekend in Charleston's sister city Savannah. I took a bunch of photos there and decided to use this trip for a demonstration I gave in class Monday night on producing slideshows and videos using Windows Movie Maker.

This is just a start...
I do like what I think is a new Movie Maker feature- what on iMovie is called the Ken Burns Effect. This is the movement within each shot you see. Here's an example of this production technique from Burns' highly regarded Civil War documentary.

I think it must be pretty cool for Ken Burns to know this panning and zooming technique is names for him. Most iMovie users probably have no idea who is his, however....

By the way, last November I produced an iMovie video tutorial. Check it out if you need some help with iMovie. 

Epically Turning This Blog Post In

Savannah's Epic Pics of Epitaphs!!!!

Epic Epitaphs in Charleston

Check out my Prezi on epitaphs here.

Paige's Prezi

Click here to see my post on Epic Epitaphs here in Charleston, SC!

Tell-Tale Epitaphs

Click here to view some of my favorite epitaphs from the many deep dark cemeteries and graveyards of Charleston.

A Journey through the Epic Epitaphs of Charleston

Click here to see my latest post!

Epic Epitaphs

Click here to see my version of epic epitaphs.

Epic Epitaphs: Remembering those Lost

check out my new blog post here 

Epic Epitaph's Here in Charleston

Click Here to see Erika's latest post about epic epitaphs.

Epitaphs: Voices after death

You should check out my Prezi presentation on epic epitaphs here.

Epic Epitaphs that Hannah D. Found

Hey everyone! Want to look at some epic epitaphs that I found in Downtown Charleston? Click here to view my second Prezi that I created for this blog. Hope you all enjoy the Prezi!

Katie Epitaphs

The hunt for some good words HERE

Sunday, April 10, 2016

The Midnight Hunt For The Most Epic Epitaphs

Hey everyone, if you want to discover what I found on my hunt for the most epic epitaphs, click here!
Enjoy!

Amanda Bundrick

Harper's Epic Epitaphs

Click here to view my Epic Epitaphs Prezi.
-Harper Richards

Charleston's Epic Epitaphs

Click here to watch my presentation on interesting epitaphs I found at various church graveyards in Charleston.

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Beyond Death and Dying with Dr. George Dickinson

I was pleased on March 28 to have Dr. George Dickinson return to my "Beyond the Grave" class to share his expertise on "death, dying and bereavement," the unique topic for which he is an internationally recognized research expert and author.

In thanks for his second visit this school year, I presented Dr. Dickinson with a signed copy of my 2014 book, "In the Arms of Angels: Magnolia Cemetery- Charleston's Treasure of History, Mystery and Artistry." Thanks to Hannah Dunnaway for taking this photograph.



Last semester when he visited this class, I posted a detailed recap of what I thought were some of the professor's key points.

Here's the link to that post.

Thank you so much, George, for another great presentation. I hope you'll come back next school year!