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Digital Stortelling in Higher Education

Digital Stortelling in Higher Education

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  • Place Digital Story Here
  • As we saw in our first video, the Mountain, we can recall how the story centered on one girl’s experience growing up in her grandparent’s home
  • Examples
  • Speak the language of new media:
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    • 1. Digital Storytelling
      Kim Yi and Jenny Lapple
    • 2. The Mountain
    • 3. What is a digital story?
      digital story (dig·i·tal sto·ry)A short, first-person video-narrative created by combining recorded voice, still and moving images, and music or other sounds.
    • 4. What is a digital storyteller?
      digital storyteller (dig·i·tal sto·ry·tell·er) Anyone who has a desire to document life experience, ideas, or feelings through the use of story and digital media.
    • 5. What is digital storytelling?
    • 6. Elements of digital storytelling
      Point of view
      Dramatic question
      Emotional content
      The gift of your voice
    • 7. Elements of digital storytelling
      Point of view
      What is the main point of
      the story and what is the
      perspective of the another?
    • 8. Elements of digital storytelling
      Dramatic question
      A key question that keeps the viewer’s
      attention and will be
      answered by the end
      of the story.
    • 9. Elements of digital storytelling
      Emotional content
      Serious issues that come alive
      in a personal and powerful
      way and connects the story
      to the audience.
    • 10. Elements of digital storytelling
      The gift of your voice
      A way to personalize the story
      to help the audience understand
      the context.
    • 11. Elements of digital storytelling
      Music or other sounds
      that support and embellish
      the storyline.
    • 12. Elements of digital storytelling
      Using just enough content to tell the story without
      overloading the viewer.
    • 13. Elements of digital storytelling
      The rhythm of the story
      and how slowly or quickly
      it progresses.
    • 14. Digital Stories
      The Weight of Your Breath
      Inconsequential Moments
    • 15. Benefits of DST in the classroom
      Students learn to speak the language of new media
      DST can open up new ways of thinking and communicating
      Epistemological surplus
      Students learn to develop their voice in the digital realm
      Cross-discipline collaboration
      The DAOW of DST
    • 16. Integrating DST in the classroom
      Find the story, despite the technology
    • 17. Assessment
      Set clear goals in the rubric
      Assess the story
      Assess all the artifacts students create to develop the digital story, especially the written work
      Assess student planning and process
      Assess media grammar and student use of media
      Assess student understanding and presentation of content
      Assess student teamwork and use of resources
      Assess their performance
      Have students self-assess their projects
    • 18. Copyright law
      Quick Copyright Facts
      - All tangible creative works are protected by copyright immediately upon creation.
      - Quoting or crediting the author of a copied work
      does not satisfy copyright requirements.
      - When in doubt about either the copyright status of a work or the appropriateness of your use of that work,
      get permission.
      - Be aware of Educational fair use.
    • 19. Copyright LawEducational Fair Use
      Fair Use Analysis
      1. What is the character of use?
      2. What is the nature of the work to be used?
      3. How much of the work will you use?
      4. What effect would this use have on the market for
      the original or for permissions if the use were widespread?
    • 20. Examples of (non-commercial) Educational Purposes
      Instruction or curriculum-based teaching by educators to students at nonprofit educational institutions
      Study or investigation in order to contribute to a field of knowledge
      Presentation of research findings at peer conferences, workshops or seminars
    • 21. Getting started!
      Part One: Define, Collect, Decide
      Part Two: Select, Import, Create
      Part Three: Decide, Write, Record, Finalize
      Part Four: Demonstrate, Evaluate, Replicate
    • 22. DST Resources
      Digital storytelling
      Center for Digital Storytelling
      AASL DST Wiki
      100 DST Tools
      Educational resources
      The Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling
      Moving at the Speed of Creativity
    • 23. Conclusion