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A Digital Story Overview with reference to Bernajean Porter and Digitales. Contains hyperlinks on text and some photos.

A Digital Story Overview with reference to Bernajean Porter and Digitales. Contains hyperlinks on text and some photos.

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  • 1. Digital Storytelling
    Kelly J. Hagen
  • 2. Digital Storytelling
    The blending of media to enrich and enhance the written or spoken word.
    A new twist on storytelling.
    A modern expression to an ancient art.
    The combination of images, audio, music, and video to tell a story or to make a factual presentation.
    Sound, music and images surround the written or narrated content.
  • 3. The Most Important Part!
    The Story.
    The content of the story is the most important part.
    “Voice is the Key”
    No playing with technology until the content is set!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    The writer needs to “OWN” the story.
    100 words equals approximately 1 minute of digital creation.
  • 4. Practice, Pracitice,Practice
    It is now your turn.
    Using the following story starter think of a story to tell.
    The One Where ……..
  • 5. Bernajean PorterDigitales.us
    What is this story about?
    What images help to create the story?
    Is sound or music used to help create a moooood or image?
    How does the story make you feel or can you find a connection?
    Da Um Jeitinho - There is always a way!
  • 6. Seven Steps to Creating a Digital Story
    Writing a Narrative Script
    Planning the Project/ Storyboarding
    Organizing Project Folders: store all things for the project in one folder to have easier access for creation.
    Making the Voiceover
    Gathering and Preparing Media Resources
    Putting it All Together
    Film Festival
  • 7. Writing the Narrative Script
    Preproduction:
    Choose your story. Ask your self these questions:
    What story catches your interest?
    What story has passion for you?
    What makes the story worth doing?
    Six Elements of a Good Digital Story
    Told as a personal experience
    Unfolded lessons learned
    Tension
    Economizing the story: 100 words = 1 minute
    Showing ideas not telling them all
    Incorporating technology in artful ways. Media elements create meaning and not just a decoration.
    MINIMALIZM IS THE KEY!
  • 8. Example of a Subject Area Digital Story
    How is this story connected to curriculum?
    How did the storyteller make the story personal?
    What could you do to use this in a lesson?
    Can you think of a topic for a digital story?
  • 9. Copyright and Citations
    This is important!
    Images and music that are public domain are the least restricted for public use.
    FAIR USE this allows educators and students to use a single image, sound clip, or extremely short music clip without paying for it, but only within the classroom walls. This means it can’t be shared with parents, or other classrooms, shown in an auditorium, or burned to a CD or DVD, and NEVER can be published to the web.
  • 10. ISTE Standards Met By Creating A Digital Story
    National Educational Technology Standards
    1. Creativity and Innovation
    2. Communication and Collaboration
    3. Research and Information Fluency
    4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
    5. Digital Citizenship
    6. Technology Operations and Concepts
  • 11. Technology and Digital Idea Experiences
    Illustrate and communicate original ideas and stories.
    Collaboratively produce a presentation about a topic covered in curriculum.
    Use digital tools and resources to address tasks.
    Create a digital story on a local event with first person interviews.
    Modify or create works of art in a presentation.
    Use digital planning tools to conceptualize, guide, and manage projects.
    Evaluate digital resources to determine credibility.
    Create and publish an online gallery with commentary.
    Model legal and ethical behaviors.
  • 12. What Products Can You Use To Create A Digital Story?
    Movie Maker (PC)
    iMovie(Mac)
    Audacity to record sound (PC). This will also allow you to do your own voice over.
    Microphone
    Websites for access to images and sounds or music that should be in creative commons
  • 13. Products Continued
    Personal photos
    PhotoStory 3 (PC)
    Animoto: free online http://animoto.com/
    Storyboard formats
    Pictures
    Flickr creative commons www.flickr.com/creativecommons/
  • 14. More Products and Resources
    Google images “commercial reuse with modifications” http://images.google.com/advanced_image_search?hl=en
    Pics4Learning http://pics4learing.com/
    Music and Sounds
    Jamendo – creative commons http://www.jamendo.com/en/creativecommons
    Soundz Abound – need a log-in and has a fee http://www.soundzabound.com/
    Free Sound Project – need an account http://www.freesound.org/index.php
  • 15. Sharing My Creation
    This took 3 days of training, 24 – 30 hours of work and learning and still needs to be tweaked.
    By Kelly Hagen
    TIES Digital Storytelling Academy
    July 2011
  • 16. Citations List
    http://www.digitales.us/
    Porter, Bernajean. Digi Tales: the Art of Telling Digital Stories. 2004.
    Frazel, Midge. Introduction to Digital Storytelling. International Society for Technology in Education. Washington, DC, 2010.Can also be found in the Teacher Resources of the District ebook collection.
    Background information from TIES Summer Digital Storytelling Academy.

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