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Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis
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Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis

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A discussion of how wikis and podcasts can be used in a communications class, with some students data of its effective use.

A discussion of how wikis and podcasts can be used in a communications class, with some students data of its effective use.

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  • SocialPodcasts,
  • It turned out interesting but I didn't like a lot of what people said and I felt bad changing it. With an assignment like this, (being fictional) correcting the work of others is a little touchier than just proofreading something they wrote-I didn't want to insult anyone's creativity, just because it wasn't what I liked.
  • I thought it came out great. I especially liked that if another user started down an odd path you could easily throw in one or two lines and let them know where you were thinking it was going. It's OK, I would rather have had it stick to the general theme of what we'd discussed. The story was supposed to be about a girl's trip around the world, but it ended up being a spy thriller. But it turned out pretty good and there is some solid material in there. So I don't hate it.
  • I think it gave me a unique way of just diving into podcasting and telling a story I was familiar with. I liked the way that this was done because I'd never recorded my voice or a story before so I got to experience that all while learning podcasting. It's easier to talk about a story that has actually happened rather than have to create one.
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    • 1. JEREMY SARACHAN<br />ASSISTANT PROFESSOR<br />DEPARTMENT OFCOMMUNICATION/JOURNALISM<br />ST. JOHN FISHER COLLEGE<br />Using storytelling to introduce principles of podcasts and wikis<br />
    • 2. Introduction to Digital Media<br />
    • 3. What does the course cover<br />
    • 4. Digital Storytelling<br />
    • 5. Inspiration and Thanks<br />
    • 6.
    • 7. Wiki Survey<br />
    • 8. Wiki Survey<br />
    • 9. Wiki Survey<br />
    • 10. Wiki Survey<br />
    • 11. Podcasts<br />
    • 12. Podcast survey<br />
    • 13. Podcast survey<br />
    • 14. Summary of podcast assignment<br />
    • 15. Lessons learned<br />
    • 16. Questions?<br />

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