Exploring Digital Storytelling. Have a go!. Agenda. The power of Stories Digital Storytelling Break Tools and Techniques Capturing the process Lunch Practical considerations Finding Materials Break Assessment Final Activity. The Power of Stories. Where do you find stories?. Stories.
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“Stories are about how we experience things and not about how things actually are.”
“We remember stories with ease and struggle to make sense of abstractly presented facts and figures”
Dr Chris McKillop (2004)
from Gravestock P, and Jenkins, M (2009) Digital Storytelling and
it’s pedagogical impact, York, HEA (after Ohler)
McKillop, C (2004) ‘Stories about…Assessment: supporting reflection in art and design higher education through online digital storytelling’, paper presented at International Narrative and Interactive Learning Environments Conference (NILE, 2004), Edinburgh, Scotland