For me digital storytelling is not only about the many tools used in the creation process (hardware & software, and web-tools), but also, more importantly, it's about questioning why and when to use it. I wanted to share a good starting point for this - the work of Alaskan Educational Technology professor Jason Ohler. His resources are easy to follow, have been classroom tested, and very much support and embrace the arts.
Here's the link to his site:
Anne-Marie, thank you for sharing the resource. It is one of a few I have listed at the site I put together
What a great site - lots of good stuff!
I also meant to add Alec Couros' Open Thinking wiki page on digital storytelling - he was one of my professors in my Master's program and, it goes without saying, is amazing.
Thanks for this resource Anne-Marie. I especially like Jason's information on assessment and copyright.
I stumbled upon this Moodle Digital Storytelling Course from MYSCHOOL. It is a free download.