Digital Storytelling for Enhanced Learning

Digital storytelling is one of the most effective teaching tools in an online environment. In its loosest sense, “digital storytelling” just refers to a means of communication by video that combines images with narration. It need not be a “story” per se. It could be a tour of the Colosseum in Rome or a description of the process of building a bridge. Here the term is broadly used to distinguish the video format from a live action shot of someone in front of a webcam or in a study.

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    1. Thanks for noting the dead link, Josiah. We’ve been updating dead links as we find them, but in this case, it made more sense to remove it as the channel is defunct.

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