Digital Storytelling is the modern expression of the ancient art of storytelling. Digital stories derive their power by weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid color to characters, situations, experiences, and insights.
Learn the tools, processes, and instructional support options available to create and publish digital media presentations. We will review past academic podcasts, video essays, and multimedia projects created at Evergreen, the current state of the technology as well as explore possible strategies for integrating into these presentation methods into the curriculum.
Animal Others Ruth Hayes and Ann de Marken
students each created a page on a group WordPress site that combined field observation, sketches of field journals and animations
Energy Systems and Climate Change EJ Zita
students use Slideshare.net to create and share narrated presentations. Presentations were then embedded in program WordPress site
Museum or Mausolem Sarah Williams & Lara Evans
students kept a field journal in WordPress and then create a video essay on an evocative object using still images and recorded narration. Students also used Prezi as an alternative to PowerPoint.
Radical Amazement Marilyn Freeman
students create video essays and shared on group WordPress site
The Social Animal Lara Citrin
students create audio podcasts