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					DIGITAL STORYTELLING
     GOES SOCIAL
  Creating and sharing stories
     using Web 2.0 tools


          Dr. Arnie Abrams
      Southern Oregon University
    Handouts at www.arnieabrams.net
     Presentation Outline:
1.   Defining Web 2.0 & social media?
2.   Educational uses
3.   Teaching model
4.   Resources for planning & organizing
5.   Resources for media files
6.   Resources for producing digital stories
7.   Places to publish and share stories
8.   Places for collaborating and commenting
9.   Online articles & lists of links
  What is Web 2.0
• The “Read/Write Web”
• Wikis, blogs, FaceBook, YouTube
     What is Social media
· Communicate, collaborate, and share online
· Examples – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,
     How digital storytelling
     relates to Web 2.0
• As kids are tuned into YouTube they are
  intrigued with the power of video
  production. Educators can capitalize on this
  interest by having students create their own
  digital stories.
      The Power of Digital Storytelling 2.0

• The power of storytelling – we love to hear stories
• The power of digital media – we love to see stories
• The power of social media- it’s powerful to tell stories
• The power of publishing – It’s powerful to share stories
• We go beyond when we collaborate on stories
     Educational Uses
· Can be used across the curriculum
· Sharing lectures
· Reports
      Enhancing Story-Swapping
“There are so many different ways lives work out, so
many stories and every one of them is precious: full of
joy and heartbreak. How can we communicate those
stories with a larger audience?
Publishing them via a blog is one way that invites
written comments. Many children are swapping stories
via YouTube. Children are becoming familiar with the
language of images and sound.
How can we enhance story swapping to take advantage
of this media-rich language children are using online?”
                                           Sean Stewart
     A Teaching Model:
1.    Learn the digital storytelling process
2.    Learn to use the software
3.    Research the story
4.    Write the script
5.    Gather the images, video and other resources
6.    Produce the digital story
7.    Convert the digital story into a movie format usable
      on the web
8.    Publish the video of the digital story online
9.    Share the location of the digital story with others.
   ONLINE RESOURCES
          FOR
 PLANNING & ORGANIZING
    DIGITAL STORIES

Brainstorming, scripting, storyboarding
Storyboard Pro
    Read-Write-Think’s
    Persuasion Map
• International Reading Association
• Print out
• Also try their Story Map tool
Lightning Bug
• Concept mapping
     ONLINE RESOURCES
             FOR
     DIGITAL MEDIA FILES

• ClipArt- Google Images, Stock Photos
• Free Music, Sound Effects, Maps
iStockPhoto & MorgueFile
              Book Makers
• Tikatok               • Story Jumper




            • ToonDoo
     Kerpoof Studio
• Kid friendly construction kit
• Makes movies, comic books, etc
     Storytelling Alice
• Manipulate objects in a 3D virtual world
  using programming concepts
• Motivates girls to learn programming
ONLINE RESOURCES
       FOR
   PRODUCING
 DIGITAL STORIES
  • Slide show programs,
  • Video editors,
  • File converters
Slideshow makers
• Free is good , but a bit dodgy
  SlideShare
• Share PowerPoints online
• Can add narration
 Microsoft PhotoStory 3
• Free download
• Makes WMV files
 Animoto
• Produces music videos from your
  images and video
 Memories On Web
• Makes DVDs, sends to YouTube
     Video editors
• Online video editing or installed software?
• Need for speed & features
    Jaycut
• Free online video editor
 Corel VideoStudio
• Long history
• Tech support
    File Wranglers
• Format Factory – converts file formats for
  sharing/posting on Web
• Handbrake – converts video formats
• Zamzar - online file conversions
Zamzar
  KeepVid
• Captures YouTube videos
     PLACES TO
  PUBLISH & SHARE
  DIGITAL STORIES
• Allows authors to get feedback
  on their productions and even
  to let others add to the stories.
• Connects with a larger
  community of storytellers.
     Digital stories can be
     shared on websites, blogs,
     podcasts, and wikis
•   Google Pages
•   Weebly
•   Blogger
•   WordPress
•   Moodle
 Posterous
• Web site and blog builder
     LiveBook
• Add to a story in Facebook or Bebo
• Highest rated writing becomes part of the
  book
   MapSkip
• Shared stories & pictures about places
Whrrl
• Location-based social network
• Write about places to visit
     Story Mapping
• Collaborative story maps
• Center for Digital Storytelling
    Our Story
• Stories on an interactive timeline
    YouTellYou Magazine
• Be a photo-reporter for the magazine
• Create, publish & comment on stories
• Global focus
    TeacherTube
• Educational videos, docs, photos & audio
Vimeo
• High quality
• Can download movies
      Blip TV
• Distributes your video to other video sites
• Great quality
    Next Vista
• Sharing of educational videos
     Sharing Hope
• Sharing stories on cancer survival and
  Relay for Life
    PLACES FOR
 COLLABORATING &
   COMMENTING
ON DIGITAL STORIES
   Storybird
• Collaborative storytelling construction kit
     Storybird demo
• Click to watch
    VoiceThread
• Import pictures and/or video clips.
• Record audio narration
• Create a timed sequence
• Publish as a self-contained show or movie
• Viewers add commentary
• Hundreds online
• Exports cost $3
          VoiceThread tour
• Click to watch
    Moderated Comments
• Others can leave audio or text comments.
• Teacher can allow or not allow comments.
• Children can interact with each other
  through the sound of their voice.
• Powerful way to create a sense of
  audience.
   Variety of Uses
• Digital stories
• Self-portraits
• Multimedia presentations
• Lectures
• Assessment
• Book reviews
• Literature circles
     Poem books
• Illustrate a favorite poem
• Add audio reading or narration
• Share online for others to comment
• Great for bilingual/ESL students.
     Great Book Stories
• “Narrate five pictures to share why you
  love a specific book, and why other people
  should read it”
ONLINE ARTICLES
      AND
 LISTS OF LINKS
 • Arnie Abrams web site:
 • Alan Levine’s wiki
 • Wes Fryer’s bookmarks
  Marco Torres’ Wiki
• Lots of technical and photography tips
 The Digital Narrative
• Tips for teaching digital storytelling
• Examples of collaborative projects
Miguel Guhlin’s article
Educause Article-
What is DS 2.0
     Innovative Writing Formats
• From “An Idea” blog – marketing agency
       New Storytelling Formats
1.   Blogs
2.   Wikis
3.   Data Stories                  10. Exploration stories
4.   Digitallly augmented stories 11. Digital projections
5.   Everything is a medium        12. VR- 3D landscapes
6.   Collaborative freedom         13. Track-backs
7.   Micro confessionals           14. Digital bread crumbs
8.   Interactive 360° storytelling 15. Micro-blog storytelling
9.   World Creation                16. The PowerPoint
                                  17. Digital poetry
                                  18. Hypertext storytelling
           Dr. Arnie Abrams
          Southern Oregon University

For handouts, links, books,
workshops & presentations:
arnieabrams.net
                    Digital Storytelling Goes Social
                            Creating and Sharing Stories Using Web 2.0 Tools
                                            Dr. Arnie Abrams
                                       Southern Oregon University
                                         www.arnieabrams.net

                                          Web Links
ONLINE RESOURCES FOR PLANNING & ORGANIZING DIGITAL STORIES
   •   StoryBoard Pro            www.atomiclearning.com/storyboardpro
   •   Read Write Think Persuasion Map
       www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/persuasion_map/
   •   Read Write Think Story Map www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/storymap/
   •   Lightning Bug             www.lightningbug.com.au


ONLINE RESOURCES FOR MEDIA FILES FOR DIGITAL STORIES
   •   iStockPhoto               www.istockphoto.com
   •   Morgue File               www.morguefile.com
   •   Tikatok                   www.tikatok.com
   •   Story Jumper              www.storyjumper.com
   •   ToonDoo                   www.toondoo.com
   •   Kerpoof Studio            www.kerpoof.com
   •   Storytelling Alice        www.alice.org


ONLINE RESOURCES FOR PRODUCING DIGITAL STORIES
   •   SlideShare                www.slideshare.net
   •   Microsoft PhotoStory 3
       www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/default.mspx
   •   Animoto                   www.animoto.com
   •   Memories On Web           www.codejam.com/slideshow/mow.htm
   •   Jaycut                    http://jaycut.com
   •   Corel VideoStudio         www.corel.com
   •   Format Factory            www.formatoz.com
   •   Handbrake                 http://handbrake.fr
   •   Zamzar                    www2.zamzar.com/
   •   KeepVid                   http://keepvid.com
PLACES TO PUBLISH & SHARE DIGITAL STORIES
   •   Weebly                  www.weebly.com
   •   Posterous               www.posterous.com
   •   LiveBook                www.livebooks.com
   •   MapSkip                 www.mapskip.com
   •   Whrrl                   www.whrrl.com
   •   Story Mapping           www.storymapping.org
   •   Our Story               http://ourstory.com
   •   You Tell You            http://youtellyou.com/zine.php
   •   TeacherTube             www.teachertube.com
   •   Vimeo                   www.vimeo.com
   •   Blip TV                 http://blip.tv
   •   NextVista               www.nextvista.org
   •   Sharing Hope            www.sharinghope.tv


PLACES FOR COLLABORATING & COMMENTING ON DIGITAL STORIES
   •   Storybird               www.storybird.com
   •   VoiceThread             www.voicethread.com
   •   Poem Book example       http://voicethread.com/?#q+poem+book.b425796.i2574380
   •   Great Book Stories wiki: http://greatbookstories.pbwiki.com/


ONLINE ARTICLES AND LISTS OF LINKS
   •   Arnie Abrams web site: www.arnieabrams.net
   •   Alan Levine’s wiki      cogdogroo.wikispaces.com/StoryTools
   •   Wes Fryer’s bookmarks http://www.delicious.com/wfryer/digitalstorytelling
   •   Marco Torres’ wiki      http://alasmedia.wikispaces.com/Photo+Storytelling
   •   The Digital Narrative   thedigitalnarrative.com
   •   Around the corner article
       http://www.mguhlin.org/2008/12/digital-storytelling-with-web-based.html
   •   EduCause- What is DS 2.0
       www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Review/EDUCAUSEReviewMagazineVolume43/Web20Storytelli
       ngEmergenceofaN/163262
   •   18 Innovative Storytelling Formats http://anidea.com/innovation/dstorytelling1

				
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