I’ll be giving a “Norlin Learner’s Lunch” talk on digital storytelling on March 7 from 12:00-1:00, in Room E113.
Here’s the description:
Looking for ways to increase student engagement? Interested in helping students develop 21st century communication skills? Join us for a workshop that will explore the many uses of digital storytelling in higher education, for both faculty and student projects. Digital storytelling is appropriate for a wide range of courses, but it’s particularly well-suited to service learning projects. Workshop will focus mainly on the what’s and why’s, but we may briefly explore the how’s to demonstrate the relative ease of communicating in this new genre.
For more info on digital storytelling, see Approaches to Digital Storytelling.
I’ll add the notes from my talk to this post later.