[Bf-education] STEM Educator Seeks "Blender In The Bay"

Rafiki Cai | Technologist-In-Residence rcai3 at usfca.edu
Wed May 1 05:43:59 CEST 2013

Roger, I'm appreciative of your taking time to respond.
I will take note of the tutorials, but everybody has their
optimum learning styles.

Actual in-person tutelage would yield the best results for me.
While I am a technologist and daily laud the potential power
of technology, I also acknowledge that old fashion apprentice
style transfer of skills and knowledge will always have their
honored place.

If you're in The Bay, I could surely welcome you to the USF campus
and lunch, in exchange for your tutelage.


On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 8:24 PM, Roger Sexton <rds2 at q.com> wrote:

> Do you know that there are free tutorials for Blender on CGGraphics.com, I
> think.  Since you get on the Blender web site you should be able to find
> them if I got the web site wrong.  Some of the tutorials are fee and can be
> downloaded.  I don't have an internet hookup so I do all my net work on the
> College Computer internet system.  I am learning a lot using those
> tutorials.  You can listen to them and watch them over and over and learn
> more.
> Roger
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Rafiki Cai | Technologist-In-Residence <rcai3 at usfca.edu>
> To: bf-education at blender.org
> Sent: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 15:56:04 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: [Bf-education] STEM Educator Seeks "Blender In The Bay"
> Blessings and Peace:
> I am a technologist and educator, tasked with exposing first generation
> college applicants to the possibilities inside of Science, Technology,
> Engineering and
> Math (STEM).
> Video has become such a digital capital these days, from a number of
> perspectives.
> I'd like to incorporate video into my Web Application Development seminar
> this summer, even though I have no strength in video and media arts.
> What would I like to accomplish visa vi Blender?
> 1) showcase the dynamics of Open Source culture (i.e., creative crowd
> sourcing)
> 2) basic exposure to Blender (to the point of building background elements
> for green screen video footage)
> ------
> Bay Area Blender Masters, I need you.  I need you to school me on Blender:
> a train the trainer sort of thing.  (I'm thinking mostly virtually so, with
> some face-to-face meets- if possible.)
> I searched for a Blender Meet-Up in the Bay Area but found none.  Thus,
> I'm turning to this list.
> Looking forward to responses.
> In Service of THE ONENESS,
> Rafiki "The Digital Doctor" Cai
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