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Class 4 paper 4.2

  1. 1. Creating Stories using Digital Storytelling Kimberly Roache Educational Technology 5063 © 2013 Kimberly Roache
  2. 2.  Digital storytelling refers to a short form of digital media production that allows everyday people to share aspects of their life story. "Media" may include the digital equivalent of film techniques (full-motion video with sound), animation, stills, audio only, or any of the other forms of non-physical media (material that exists only as electronic files as opposed to actual paintings or photographs on paper, sounds stored on tape or disc, movies stored on film) which individuals can use to tell a story or present an idea.  Retrieved August 5, 2013 from © Kimberly Roache
  3. 3. Storybird is a Web 2.0 Application where THEY provide the picture and YOU add your own words to create a story or poem of your own. Here are some examples of the Storybird’s artwork. ©Kimberly Roache
  4. 4. ©Kimberly Roache
  5. 5. We will start by creating a teachers account together ©Kimberly Roache
  6. 6. Storybird has 3 types of accounts to choose from, we will creating a Teacher/Class account. In this account we can create and monitor assignments. © Kimberly Roache
  7. 7. Something simple that you can remember Create a password Enter your email address ©Kimberly Roache
  8. 8. Name of Class School Name Zip Code Grade Level Class Subject © Kimberly Roache
  9. 9. We are going to skip this section © Kimberly Roache
  10. 10. There are two options and today we will be choosing the Free Teachers Account K ©Kimberly Roache
  11. 11. Our account is almost set up!!!! ©Kimberly Roache
  12. 12. Add an assignment Due Date Give the Assignment a Title Assignment Instructions ex. Use 15 spelling words to create a story Upload images or students can choose images from the preloaded picture templates ©Kimberly Roache
  13. 13. You are able to track students logins and visits © Kimberly Roache Now we are ready to enter the students names. If you have a large class you many cut and paste your class roster
  14. 14. You are also able to give digital awards for a job well done ©Kimberly Roache
  15. 15. Now that we have set up the account, we are now ready to give our first assignment ©Kimberly Roache
  16. 16. Sample Assignment Assign a Due Date ©Kimberly Roache
  17. 17. Let’s Create A Story © Kimberly Roache
  18. 18. Step 1 Choose your Artwork ©Kimberly Roache
  19. 19. Decide if you are Creating a Story or Poem ©Kimberly Roache
  20. 20. Now we are Ready to Write our Story © Kimberly Roache
  21. 21. Page 1 of Our Story © Kimberly Roache
  22. 22. Now we will add a Second Page. Click and Drag to add Another Picture and this Will also add Another Page © Kimberly Roache
  23. 23. If you click the Menu, you will get the options to invite collaborators, publish your work, or save and close. We will save and close. © Kimberly Roache
  24. 24. © Kimberly Roache
  25. 25. Other Options for your New Story © Kimberly Roache
  26. 26. References: Retrieved from Wikipedia, August 7, 2013, Retrieved from Storybird, August 7, 2013, ©Kimberly Roache