Mike Soupios, Associate Director of Digital Media Services
Shayle Abelkop, Instructional Designer
Mary Zedeck, Instruction...
Digital Storytelling at SHU
 Digital Media Services
 SHUTube
 iTunesU
 Multimedia Series
 Video design and editing
 ...
What is Digital Storytelling?
Digital Storytelling is defined as a process of using
various multimedia tools and objects ...
How Can Digital Stories Be Used in Teaching
and Learning?
Student reflective piece
Team-based projects allowing students...
Examples
The Philippines and Pina Cloth (created by Raquel
Dominguez)
The Karen of Northern Thailand: Weaving & Women’s ...
Tools
Software
Microsoft Movie Maker
Microsoft Photostory
Adobe Premiere/Elements
iMovie
Apple Final Cut
Online Too...
Example Travel Digital Story
JumpCut
http://www.jumpcut.com
Yahoo product
Register
If you have a Yahoo account and remember the
password, Sign In
...
Activity Directions
View activity website:
http://maryzedeck.googlepages.com/
Create a folder on your desktop for your m...
Let’s Take a Look!
Add your video to the NMC DS 2008 Group in
JumpCut (directions are on the activity website)
View grou...
Questions?
Shayle Abelkop – abelkobe@shu.edu
Mike Soupios – soupiomi@shu.edu
Mary Zedeck – zedeckma@shu.edu
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  • Dive Into Digital Storytelling!

    1. 1. Mike Soupios, Associate Director of Digital Media Services Shayle Abelkop, Instructional Designer Mary Zedeck, Instructional Designer Seton Hall UniversitySeton Hall University
    2. 2. Digital Storytelling at SHU  Digital Media Services  SHUTube  iTunesU  Multimedia Series  Video design and editing  Image editing  Podcasting  Image capturing strategies  Copyright  Digital Storytelling Initiatives  Anthropology  First-year writing  Freshman core  Faculty workshops
    3. 3. What is Digital Storytelling? Digital Storytelling is defined as a process of using various multimedia tools and objects to create a personal story. These multimedia objects can include images, video, music, voice narration, and animation. Digital stories can be focused on any topic or subject area and can vary in length (typically they are fairly short). Elements of a digital story might include interviews, personal narration, or clips from previously recorded audio or video.
    4. 4. How Can Digital Stories Be Used in Teaching and Learning? Student reflective piece Team-based projects allowing students to work together, share ideas, and demonstrate their understanding of a specific topic Faculty-created stories to explain a particular concept to demonstrate the outcome of an internship, project, or other learning experience
    5. 5. Examples The Philippines and Pina Cloth (created by Raquel Dominguez) The Karen of Northern Thailand: Weaving & Women’s Clo (created by Amanda Meehan) Foreign Influences on Traditional Malaysian Textiles (created by Gurvaneet Sahota) The Music Box A Year to Remember
    6. 6. Tools Software Microsoft Movie Maker Microsoft Photostory Adobe Premiere/Elements iMovie Apple Final Cut Online Tools Voicethread Vuvox JumpCut JayCut
    7. 7. Example Travel Digital Story
    8. 8. JumpCut http://www.jumpcut.com Yahoo product Register If you have a Yahoo account and remember the password, Sign In If you have a Yahoo account and cannot remember the password, create a new account
    9. 9. Activity Directions View activity website: http://maryzedeck.googlepages.com/ Create a folder on your desktop for your media Download two graphics and two audio files Save in media folder on desktop JumpCut step-by-step instructions Development time – approximately 20 minutes Download additional audio/graphics files Add titles, effects, transitions
    10. 10. Let’s Take a Look! Add your video to the NMC DS 2008 Group in JumpCut (directions are on the activity website) View group videos If time permits, comment on another participant’s video
    11. 11. Questions? Shayle Abelkop – abelkobe@shu.edu Mike Soupios – soupiomi@shu.edu Mary Zedeck – zedeckma@shu.edu

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