Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling

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Exploring how we can use Web 2.0 tools for Digital Storytelling.

Exploring how we can use Web 2.0 tools for Digital Storytelling.

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  • 1. by Caroline Cerveny. SSJ. D. Min.
    Collaborating and Sharing Our Stories with Web 2.0 Tools
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  • 8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsa5ZTRJQ5w
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gmP4nk0EOE
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  • 21. Brainstorm…
    In two minutes, with one other person, brainstorm how you might use Flickr for a photo story in ministry!
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    In two minutes, and choose another partner, brainstorm how you might use VoiceThread for a digital story in ministry!
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  • 27. Brainstorm…
    (Groups of three – someone you have not worked with before): You have five minutes to figure out how you would introduce “circa Vie” by a 30 second – spot that you will create to junior high students who will be doing a time line on Pope John XXII.
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  • 31. Brainstorm…
    Vuvox is a new Web 2.0 Service, how will you follow the ongoing development of this service? (Two minutes – Four new persons)
  • 32. SCRAPBLOG
    http://www.scrapblog.com/
    fun way to share and print your photos
    Creating and sharing your scrapblog is absolutely free!
    Super easy to learn and use.
    There are several ways to share your creation. You can embed a scrapblog into your own blog or social network, email a link to the slideshow, or print your scrapblog into a beautiful photobook.
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  • 34. Brainstorm…
    In one-minute, write down how you might use Scrapblog to tell a story in a ministry area that you are comfortable with.
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    In pairs, identify when you would direct students to animate a Scripture Story. What scripture stories would lend themselves to animation?
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  • 41. Brainstorm…
    What age level would you assign a “You Tube” project? Why? Two-minute brainstorm.
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  • 49. Large Group Sharing
    How could you use Flickr for a photo story in ministry?
    How could you use VoiceThread for a digital story in ministry?
    30-second spot to introduce circaVie to junior high students.
    How could you follow the ongoing development of vuvox.com?
    How might you use Scrapblog to tell a story in a ministry area that you are comfortable with.
    What age level would you assign a “You Tube” project? Why?
    “The new digital technologies are indeed bringing about fundamental shifts in patters of communication and human relationships.”
    WCD, Pope Benedict XVI, May 24, 2009
  • 50. Credits
    Digital Storytelling - Web 2.0 Style - http://www.slideshare.net/instructionaltechnologist/digital-storytelling-web-two-o-style
    50 Web 2.0 Ways To Tell A Story - http://www.slideshare.net/cogdog/50-web-20-ways-to-tell-a-storySee - http://cogdogroo.wikispaces.com/50+Ways
    New Literacy in the Web 2.0 World - http://www.slideshare.net/zvezdan/new-literacy-in-the-web-20-world
    Web 2.0 storytelling platforms - http://www.slideshare.net/BryanAlexander/web-20-storytelling-platforms
    Top 20 Free Web Applications for Teachers and Librarians - http://www.slideshare.net/scyuen/top-20-free-web-applications-for-teachers-and-librarians
    Web 2.0: Meaningful Tools for Today’s Students - http://www.slideshare.net/rrodgers/web-20-meaningful-tools-for-todays-students
    “The Church has a powerful story to communicate; a life giving message to tell.”
    Bishop G. Kicanas
  • 51. Thank You!
    Thank you for attending CSCC 2009
    Collaborating and Sharing Our Stories with Web 2.0 Tools
    “…those telling the story must themselves be taken up by it. They must embody the story.” Bishop G. Kicanas
    Caroline Cerveny, SSJ, D. Min.
    c.cerveny@verizon.net
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/