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Digital Storytelling 2012

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This is the Digital Storytelling PPT for DDBC St. Petersburg Diocese.

This is the Digital Storytelling PPT for DDBC St. Petersburg Diocese.

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  • Remember that this is our blended learning model, including our face to face time, blog and wiki.Please feel free – during the week to: Contact your instructors if you need assistance. Locate a high school or college age student to mentor you Contact a classmate who may be more skilled in an area to assist you with the assignmentOur goal is to become a community of learners who will support one another and to be there for one another. We are the new disciples, learning how to fish in new waters!
  • Everyone can tell stories! We tell stories about our birth, about our baptism day, about our first day in school, about our first dance, and on and on an on. Like a fish who just takes it for granted --swimming in water…we take it for granted that we are storytellers. It is when you invite us to be a storyteller in front of group or to use new tools that all of a sudden we become “shy violets!” And today, if we are asked to tell a story with digital tools, we disappear into the woodwork with fear and trepidation and perhaps say – Not me!
  • Jan Blake (See - http://powerinthevoice.britishcouncil.org/resources/tips/becomingastoryteller/becomingastorytellercontinued/ ) says…“Being a storyteller is not about being in the spotlight, rather it’s about being in community with others. “A person dies…and our memories and stories become the way we remember them.Our scriptures…share the history and story of a covenanted people …who journey through time…meeting the Lord in storm and in sunshine… meeting saints and sinners… and telling the greatest story of them all…The Story of Jesus – from his birth and until his death!
  • What’s most important about our storytelling is that it is… an inclusive art form – regardless of delivery form our voice – even in a few words tells it all…as I watched the news the night of Michael Jackson’s memorial service, the one persons story that stands out for me was his daughter, Paris, who in a tearful voice said, “He was the best father you could ever imagine.” our photos – as we pull out photographs from weddings, anniversaries, children growing up, events at school, and more our paraphrased music – where we often put the story together with a favorite piece of music our home style videos – jerky or not…they tell the story of an event that is important to us.
  • In the words of Jan Blake – The idea that an individual can, just by the force of their own life, conjure whole new worlds from within themselves is very exciting, therefore, when I teach, I'm hoping to inspire others to realize and utilize their own inner resources, their own ability to create images, to use their voices, bodies and words to paint vivid pictures in the mind of the listener and to take the listener on a journey deep into their imagination. The storyteller's role is that of a guide - to take the audience into the landscape of the story.http://powerinthevoice.britishcouncil.org/resources/tips/becomingastoryteller/becomingastorytellercontinued/
  • In this day and age, we are collaborators and share information with one another. Instead of recreating the wheel, it is better to share the wheel that was developed and to improve upon it.Katie Christie has a wonderful website at - http://katiechristo.pbworks.com/Digital+Storytelling with the PDF that you see here as well as other resources that she has directed others to in regards to Digital Storytelling.She is using a Wiki – to share the information that she would like you to use. As you see you can embed videos into a wiki and other links etc.A “Wiki” would be a wonderful way for you to share the Digital Stories that are created by your students, youth, or adults as they share their stories.
  • Allow participants to ask questions or offer feedback.
  • After lab assignment
  • This recorded webinar will be posted on SlideShare.com.As soon as it is posted, we will provide a link on our wiki home page.THANK YOU!
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    • 1. Presenter: Caroline Cerveny, SSJ-TOSF, D. Min. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012Copyright 2012 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS
    • 2. Shout joyfully to the LORD, all you lands; worship the LORD with cries of gladness; come before him with joyful song. Know that the LORD is God, our maker to whom we belong, whose people we are, Gods well-tended flock. Enter the temple gates with praise, its courts with thanksgiving. Give thanks to God, bless his name; good indeed is the LORD, Whose love endures forever, whose faithfulness lasts through every age.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 3. • Describe and understand storytelling as a teaching, learning, and evangelizing tool • Identify the elements of storytelling • Demonstrate Internet Production tools in the creation of a 30-second digital story • Appeal to the diverse learning styles of students by using Digital Storytelling as a presentation media • Design assignments for student-created stories which requires students to research a topic from a particular point of viewCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 4. Class ProcessCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 5. We tell stories because we can!Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 6. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 7. Since prehistory we have shared stories or narratives, originally in pictures or symbols drawn on cave walls..Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 8. Stories often take on their own life, and it is the story we remember not the actual event.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 9. This is a way of keeping memories alive that might have faded.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 10. stories tell us about our life Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012www.flickr.com/photos/40645538@N00/233228813
    • 11. “Being a storyteller is not about being in the spotlight, rather it’s about being incommunity with others.” Jan Blake stories touch us Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012www.flickr.com/photos/75056523@N00/1196494552
    • 12. stories tell us something about someone else Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012www.flickr.com/photos/99849138@N00/459432776
    • 13. stories are both personal and universal Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012www.flickr.com/photos/77436208@N00/2885783824
    • 14. • Text Based Digital Tools (Word Processing, Blogs, and Wikis)• Audio-Only Podcasts (Podcasting Tools)• Image Only (Flickr and Picasa)• Video Based (a variety of tools both Mac and PC as well as Web 2.0 video tools like Animoto)Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 15. HTTP://WWW.COREYGREEN.COM/STORYTIPS.HTML WORD PROCESSING OR GOOGLE DOCSCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 16. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 17. Class blog for. . .• Saint of the Day (each student is assigned a Saint of the Day, created in WP, and uploaded by a student).• Share digital story projects created by students.• And . . . Your imagination. . .Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 18. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012http://mashable.com/2007/07/16/wiki-toolbox/
    • 19. • Easy to edit• Little or no learning curve• Uses built-in rich text editor• (Usually) allows anyone to edit• Promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing• Fosters feeling of ownership• Increases participation• Easy to searchCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 20. 1. Sunday Readings – Link to USCCB – involve a team of students to retell the Gospel.2. Liturgical Seasons – e.g., Living Lent Daily, or Advent Season, or..3. Interview my family about my Baptism: Where was I baptized, what was the day like etc.4. Stories of our saints.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 21. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 http://www.podcasting-tools.com/huge-list-podcasting-tools.htm
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    • 34. • Focus on a Theme for your photo’s• Possible Theme’s: Confirmation, Parish event, Special Project, etc.• Or invite students to create artwork (e.g., Lent – stations). Take photo’s when finished.• Post images on a Web album• Share link or embed into class blog.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 35. • Divide students into several groups.• Assign a Gospel reading.• Students find photos to illustrate the Gospel.• Catechist/Teacher approves the photos.• Each group creates a photo storybook and adds photo’s to their web album.• Link the Gospel Storybook to your class or parish website for the appropriate Sunday.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 36. • Split students into several groups• Ask each group to select a church location to research for a photo church journal• Could visit local churches or look for pictures from all over the world• Download to their computer and upload to their albums.• Share with Class Blog or . . .Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 37. • Video Based (a variety of tools both Mac and PC as well as Web 2.0 video tools like Animoto)Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 38. … developing a Digital Storyteller … enjoy other stories…check them out… and… Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKZiXR5qUlQ
    • 39. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 40. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 41. Digital Storytelling – Steps to create your story Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 Available at http://katiechristo.pbworks.com/Digital+Storytelling/
    • 42. Decide what your story is about.Is it about… Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 © 2008 CJC
    • 43. someone important to you? Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 44. a place in your life? Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012© 2008 CJC
    • 45. an event in your life? © 2008 CJC Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 46. who you are? Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012© 2008 CJC
    • 47. what you do?Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 © 2008 CJC
    • 48. © 2008 CJC Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 a challenge you have overcome?
    • 49. or is it about someone else and one of their stories? Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012© 2008 CJC
    • 50. Write your story Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012www.flickr.com/photos/12836528@N00/2787381665
    • 51. iMovie StoryboardCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 Available at http://katiechristo.pbworks.com/Digital+Storytelling/
    • 52. Tips for Making Your MovieCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012 Available at http://katiechristo.pbworks.com/Digital+Storytelling/
    • 53. Photo and Music Options
    • 54. Creative Commonshttp://search.creativecommons.org/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 55. Images • iStockPhoto – http://www.istockphoto.com/ • Stock Xchng – http://www.sxc.hu/ • Stock Vault – http://www.stockvault.net/ • Flickr – http://flickr.com/ Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 56. More Image Resources• DigiTales Image Resources – http://www.digitales.us/resources/image_sources.phpCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 57. Record and Remix Audio• Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds.• It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.• Download Audacity – http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/• Download the LAME MP3 encoder to export as an MP3 – http://lame.buanzo.com.ar/• Audacity Tutorials and Installation Instructions – http://tinyurl.com/5h2jmcCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 58. Compose Original Music http://www.jamstudio.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 59. • http://freeplaymusic.com/Terms of Service – If you are using Freeplay Music for: • Personal Non-Commercial Use (Non-revenue generating). This excludes broadcast use of any kind, including, without limitation, web, blog, and podcast use; or • Educational, Non-Commercial use (this is limited to student use on school grounds for in classroom projects- non broadcast) – Then Freeplay Musics compositions and recordings may be used without a fee.Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 60. Music Resources• Free Music Project – http://freemusic.freeculture.org/• ccMixter – http://ccmixter.org/• PodSafe Music Network – http://music.podshow.com/• Podsafe Audio – http://www.podsafeaudio.com/• Bravenet – http://www.resources.bravenet.com/audio_clipsCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 61. More Sound Resources• DigiTales Music and Sound Resources – http://www.digitales.us/resources/music_sound_sources.phpCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 62. Software and Internet Applications
    • 63. http://www.digitales.us/evaluating/scoring_guide.php
    • 64. Software• iMovie – http://tinyurl.com/5r5nsl• Windows Live Movie Maker – http://bit.ly/gT4F8Z• Microsoft Live Essentials Photo Gallery – http://tinyurl.com/48jvatCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 65. If you don’t wantstudents to use theirown e-mailaddresses to registerfor the Internetapplications you willbe using, try usingKids Email.orgCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 66. • Web 2.0 storytelling applications: – Image Editors – Video Editors – Media Mashup and Creation Tools – Media PublishingCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 67. • Picnik – http://www.picnik.com/ • Phixr – http://www.phixr.com/ • FotoFlexer – http://fotoflexer.com/ • Splashup – http://www.splashup.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 68. • http://www.befunky.com/ • http://www.mrpicassohead.com/ • http://www.myoats.com/ • http://www.buildyourwildself.com/ • http://www.dumpr.net/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 69. • Movie Masher – http://www.moviemasher.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 70. • Animoto † – http://education.animoto.com/ • Voicethread † – http://voicethread.com/ • OneTrueMedia – http://www.onetruemedia.com/ • Bookr – http://www.pimpampum.net/bookr/ • Mixbook † – http://www.mixbook.com/ • SlideRoll – http://www.slideroll.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 71. • OurStory – http://www.ourstory.com/ • TimeGlider – http://timeglider.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 72. • MakeBeliefsComix – http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/ • Kerpoof – http://www.kerpoof.com/ • Toonlet – http://toonlet.com/ • Toondoo – http://www.toondoo.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 73. • Moonk – http://www.moonk.com/ • TeacherTube – http://teachertube.com/ • SchoolTube – http://www.schooltube.com/ • YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 74. http://delicious.com/ccerveny/DigitalStoryTelling
    • 75. Choose ONE! Start! • Explore the Kaleidoscope! • RCIA – Carmen Cayon • Parish – Transfiguration Today (Marietta, Georgia) http://bit.ly/GDalX4 • Children – Creation Story • Youth – MixBook • And…. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012http://gimpgallery.net/files/images/gimp_kaleidoscope.jpg
    • 76. 1. How can you as a communications minister use storytelling and digital media to enhance what you do in your teaching or pastoral ministry to enhance 21st Century Faith Learning Opportunities? 2. What kinds of "stories" could you use or involve others in telling in your faith learning ministry with digital tools?Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 77. • Digital Storytelling - http://aaslsmackdown.wikispaces.com/Digital+St orytelling• Best Digital Storytelling Examples and Resources - http://kentuckycouncilofteachersofenglish.wikisp aces.com/file/view/Digital+Storytelling+Descpritio n+and+Resources%5B1%5D.pdfCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 78. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012Copyright 2012 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS
    • 79. • Remember to go to our class blog to continue our conversation about this topic.• Please complete assignments for this module posted on the class wiki before the next webinarCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 80. Interactive Connections The Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Evangelization and Lifelong Faith Formation University of Dayton Institute for Pastoral InitiativesCopyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 81. Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 82. To Tell Your Story – What is the gift? Credits By: Katie M. Christo Links By: Jennifer Carrier Doorman Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012
    • 83. Digital Storytelling: The Basics For Additional Resources http://delicious.com/ccerveny/DigitalStoryTelling Katie Christo’s Wiki - http://katiechristo.pbworks.com/Digital+Storytelling Photography Creative Commons from Flickr Caroline Cerveny © 2007-2008 Copyright © Interactive Connections, 2012http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ Copyright 2012 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS

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