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Kenneth Warren, Technology Liaison to the Humanities, University of Richmond
Permalink for this paragraph0 Digital storytelling (DST) is an innovative, project-based pedagogy that faculty can use as a way to engage students with course content. Resulting as captivating narrative presentations, digital stories involve a variety of activities that include research, reflective/expository writing, and learning skills in technology and oral communication. This presentation will highlight the University of Richmond’s DST program that has impacted dozens of faculty and over 1000 students since 2007. Issues related to faculty buy-in, student training, technology support and digital story curation will also be addressed.