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Some guidelines and resources to get you started on digital storytelling

Some guidelines and resources to get you started on digital storytelling

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    • Digital Storytelling 101
      An
      EdVibes.com
      Production
    • Discovering Digital Stories
      A 2:38 min video describing what digital stories are
    • Anatomy of a Digital Story
      Text
      Photos
          edited
      Audio
          music soundtracks
          sound effects
          narration
      Video
          effects
      transitions
    • Visual Grammar(Writing --> Producing)
      Topic Sentence Establishing shot
      Sentence = Shot
      Transitions = Effects, fades, etc.
      Run-on Sentences = Pans/zooms
      Paragraph = Scene
      Chapter = Act 
    • Camera Language
      CLOSE-UP SHOT:   A close range of distance between the camera and the subject.
      DISSOVLE: A transition between two shots, where one shot fades away and simultaneously another shot fades in. 
      FADE - A transition from a shot to black where the image gradually becomes darker is a Fade Out; or from black where the image gradually becomes brighter is a Fade In. 
      HIGH CAMERA ANGLE:  A camera angle which looks down on its subject making it look small, weak or unimportant. 
      JUMP CUT: A rapid, jerky transition from one frame to the next, either disrupting the flow of time or movement within a scene or making an abrupt transition from one scene to another. 
      LEVEL CAMERA ANGLE:  A camera angle which is even with the subject; it may be used as a neutral shot. 
      LONG SHOT:  A long range of distance between the camera and the subject, often providing a broader range of the setting. LOW CAMERA ANGLE:  A camera angle which looks up at its subject; it makes the subject seem important and powerful. 
      PAN:  A steady, sweeping movement from one point in a scene to another. 
      POV (point of view shot): A shot which is understood to be seen from the point of view of a character within the scene. 
      REACTION SHOT- 1.: A shot of someone looking off screen. 2.: A reaction shot can also be a shot of someone in a conversation where they are not given a line of dialogue but are just listening to the other person speak. 
      TILT:  Using a camera on a tripod, the camera moves up or down to follow the action. 
      ZOOM:  Use of the camera lens to move closely towards the subject.   
    • Production Stages(Writing --> Producing)
      Pre-Write = Pre-Production  
      Drafting = Scriptwriting & Storyboarding
      Write = Produce 
      Editing = Editing
      Publish = Publicize, Publish, & Present
      Assessment & Reflection    
    • Storytelling 2.0 Tools
      Mapping Tools = Google Maps & Earth (Mapcasting)
      Timeline Tools = XTimeline
      Slideshow Tools = Slideshare and Vociethread (Slidecasting)
      Scarp Book Tools = Scarpblog & Bookr (with Flickr)
      Comic Tools = Toonlet & ToonDo
      Animation Tools = Scenecaster & KerPoof
      Mixer Tools = Animoto
      Image Editor Tools = Picnik
      Media Editor Tools = Jumpcut & Eyespot
    • Resources
      My favorite slideshare presentations on digital storytelling
      The Center for Digital Storytelling 
      Digital Storytelling Wes Fryer
      50+ Web 2.0 Ways To Tell a Story
      Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum
      Hilary McLellan's Story Link Collection