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Digital Storytelling in education. Heather Rogers EDUC – 7101. What is Digital Storytelling?. History and Background. Stage 1: Need. What was the need that paved the way to the rise of digital storytelling?. Stage 2: Research. Leading Researchers :

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digital storytelling in education
Digital Storytelling in education

Heather Rogers

EDUC – 7101

stage 1 need
Stage 1: Need

What was the need that paved the way to the rise of digital storytelling?

stage 2 research
Stage 2: Research
  • Leading Researchers:
    • Joe Lambert & Dana Atchley - Center for Digital Storytelling
    • Abbe Don
    • KQED Digital Storytelling Initiative
    • Story Corps
    • Brenda Laurel
    • John Hartley
stage 3 development
Stage 3: Development

Possible Obstacles:

Availability of technology

Time

Training

Maintenance

diffusion of an innovation
Diffusion of an Innovation
  • Visual:
    • Image representing diffusion
knowledge
Knowledge

Dana Atchley

Joe Lambert

persuasion
Persuasion
  • Visual:
decision
Decision
  • Visual:
the s curve of digital storytelling
The S- Curve of Digital Storytelling
  • 2011- ICIDS (International Conference of Interactive Digital Storytelling) will hold its 4th annual conference- this is one of the largest in the world.
  • 2006- Workshop for educators is established to train teachers on incorporating digital storytelling in the k-12 setting.
  • 2010- CDS opens an east coast center with will offer custom trainings and assist in the establishment of national programs on digital storytelling.
  • 2004- Bridges to Understanding was established to incorporate digital storytelling in countries of Latin America, Canada, and India.
  • 2003-The BBC held the first international conference on digital storytelling.
  • 2001- Kentucky initiates the first digital storytelling program in k-12 educational settings.
  • 1999- Silence Sparks Project was developed which expanded digital storytelling to public health.
  • 1999- CDS begins annual conference on the establishment of digital storytelling in higher education.
  • 1994-1998- Creation of the San Francisco Digital Media Center. Organization spread to Europe, and news stories presented on CNN and MSNBC

1998- The Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS) is established.

  • 1996-Digital Storytelling Cook Book Published
  • 1993- Lambert and Atchley teach digital storytelling workshop at the American Film Institute
  • 1986-1988: Joe Lambert & Dana Atchley developed Next Exit – a multimedia autobiography.

(Center for Digital Storytelling, 2011) (Wikipedia, 2011)

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