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  • 1. Digital Storytelling and 21st Century Skills
    Patty Smith
    EDIM 510
    Wilkes University
    Professor Traci Blazosky
  • 2. What is Digital Storytelling?
    Combines storytelling with digital technology
    Way to present narrative with digital media including:
    Text
    Still images
    Video
    Recorded voice
    Recorded music
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
  • 3. Types of Digital Stories
    Personal Narratives
    Historical themes and events
    Informational stories
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
  • 4. Process
    Identify topic and research
    Write
    Develop script
    Storyboard
    Locate resources
    Create and share
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
  • 5. Software Tools
    Audacity
    Adobe Photoshop
    Paint
    Fireworks
    GIMP
    Microsoft Photostory 3
    Movie Maker
    i-Movie
    Adobe Premiere Elements
    Audio
    Images
    Video
    Digital Story
  • 6. Benefits for Students
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
    Source: Flickr via Creative Commons License
    Collaborate Critical Communicate Connect
    Thinking
  • 7. Promotes 21st Century SkillsISTE NETS for Students
    Creativity and innovation
    Communication and collaboration
    Research and information fluency
    Critical thinking and problem solving
    Digital citizenship
    Technology operations and concepts
  • 8. References
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