A digital story is a short (3-5 minute) movie which uses images, voice, and music to tell a story. Digital stories are a way of talking about something that conveys not only information, but emotion and significance as well. The OSU Digital Storytelling Program, a cross campus collaborative project between the Digital Union (part of …Read more at the full article: Digital Storytelling Opportunities
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One of the most exciting changes for this year’s Innovate conference is its expansion – a whole new half-day (March 27) added exclusively for hands-on implementation.
Here’s how it will work:
Same spaces, new setup.
Day 2 will take place in the 4-H Center, the same venue as Day 1. Four breakout spaces used in Day 1 will …Read more at the full article: Innovate Day 2 Preview
A large part of the planning that goes into updating classrooms and labs is assessing their current state. What’s working, what’s not, and what can we be doing better? In some cases, it’s not just the technology that needs to change. For most of the last decade, our labs were just rooms full of computers …Read more at the full article: Looking for a computer lab on campus?
Registration for Innovate is now open at go.osu.edu/innovatereg. You can find the schedule and session descriptions at elearning.osu.edu, along with a brief profile on our keynote speaker Jim Groom. You might have heard of this scholastic rebel, his love for the animated GIF and his affinity for shaking things up in his courses.
After many revisions and meetings, the Engineering Education Innovation Center, EEIC, Impact Grant project charter is complete. I have to thank Rob Griffiths, Tom Evans and Alan Kalish for their support, creativity and insights in getting the charter written.
The next steps in the project were to get started on the creation of instructional videos for the …Read more at the full article: Deep in the Trenches of the EEIC Impact Grant
A storyboard provides insight to help you think about ways to use images, sound effects and the sound track to help tell your story as you sketch out key story actions over time.
Whether you are working on a simple photo story, an animation or a full-blown video, storyboarding helps you focus your message. Your …Read more at the full article: Storyboarding
…. A window opens. It’s a common saying and it turned out to be very true for how the Disability Studies Digital Storytelling Workshop (DSDS Workshop) came to be this Summer 2012.
Our original plan had been to recruit and bring to campus Central Ohio deaf and hard-of-hearing high school age students to the OSU campus …Read more at the full article: When a Door Closes….
Two thoughts struck me as I watched “Media in Motion: Mobile Digital Storytelling” during a breakout session at Innovate 2012.
I saw three short videos, all of which were conceived, filmed, photographed, written, narrated, and edited on a mobile device. I heard presenters Joe Lambert, Robin Elliott, Brian D. Leaf and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu describe the …Read more at the full article: Media in Motion: Mobile Digital Storytelling
Let’s start this story with a brief flashback: Summer 2010. I make my own first digital story—“Why I Mind”—for the Information Stories project lead by Peter Shane, with support from the Digital Union. It clocks right at 5 minutes. Of all the things I’ve written (a lot) or given lectures about (a lot more) over …Read more at the full article: Dreaming of Valencia
I had the opportunity to attend Relato Digital Storytelling, which was held in the Philology Department at the Universidad de Valencia in Valencia, Spain, which brought together 250 people to discuss the use of Digital Storytelling across a wide variety of contexts. My presentation, entitled “Multimodality as an Academic Literacy: The Role of Digital Storytelling …Read more at the full article: Relato Digital Storytelling