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Session given at RCAC 2009 Symposium, focusing on what I believe is the direction DST is heading

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  • 1. Digital Storytelling 2.0: What’s Next?
    David Jakes
    RCAC Symposium 2009
  • 2. Today…
    jakes.editme.com
  • 3. The Digital Storytelling Process
  • 4.
    • Writing
    • 5. Accessing, evaluating and synthesizing media
    • 6. Project management
    • 7. Technical and computer use
    • 8. Understanding how to use intellectual property in an ethical and socially acceptable manner
  • Four Components
    New Media
    New Tools
    New Messages
    New Networks
  • 9. New Media
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    • 3.5 pounds or 1.6 kg
    • 11. 12 billion cells
  • 12.
    • 3.5 pounds or 1.6 kg
    • 13. 12 billion cells
    • 14. Auditory and optic nerve
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  • 28. New Tools
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  • 34. media
  • 35. media
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  • 37. New Messages
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  • 40. Water buffalo
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  • 42. The Digital Diplomacy Project
    “Here is a challenge to the young people of our country and those on the other side of the world-- to go through the wall that separates the ambassadors and heads of state-- to reach into the hearts and minds of peers in foreign lands with the truth as we live it, as we can best convey it-- partly in image, partly in sound, but always in our own voice.”
    Matthew Formato
    Master English Teacher
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  • 45. New Messages
    Pangea project
  • 46. New Networks
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  • 54. How will you help students write
    themselves into existence?
  • 55. How will you help students write
    themselves into existence?
  • 56. How will you help students perform their writing?
  • 57. How will you help students develop
    a competitive voice?
  • 58. How will you help students
    understand the language of media?
  • 59. The most powerful producer of
    media is the individual, its you…
  • 60. As he spoke my spirit climbed into
    the sky.I bid it to return to hear your wondrous stories.Return to hear your wondrous stories.Yes
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  • 64. New Messages and….Woodson
  • 65. How will you help students write themselves into existence?
    How will you help students perform their writing?
    How will you help students extend their voice for a higher purpose?
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  • 67. jakes.editme.com
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  • 69. Voice
    Competitive Voice
    Value-added experience
    New Media, New Tools, New Messages, and New Networks
    recap