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Digitial Storytelling

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Diana Lisle

on 10 June 2013

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Digital storytelling Literacy in the 21st Century Mixbooks Voicethread Photostory Animoto
*Apply for educator account to create full length videos
*Create ghost e-mail for student accounts
*Model finished presentation to students first
*Download pictures from CC to computer
*Narrow the selection of music to one genre
*Limited text
*Students should make storyboard first
*Consider time limit Photos sources Wikimedia
Creative Common
Creative Common
Advanced Search Music and Video Sources Jamendo
You Tube
Teacher Tube *FREE!
*Web-based video creator
*Mixes video, audio, pictures, and text
*Creates a video collage
*Share, download, embed, or export video
*Ideal for book trailers, science integration, research projects, program advocacy, showcase of work for parents, etc.
*App for iphone or ipod to show movies. FREE!
Download program from Microsoft.
Create slideshows using digital photos or scanned images of student work.
Add text, music, or students' own narration.
Easy to use.
Ideal for whole-class project or individual student work. Have students plan their work before getting on the computer. For younger ages and some first time users, it is helpful to use pre-designed templates.
Type the user name and password that students will use and have available.
Show a finished product to students first.
Model steps and give students written step-by-step instructions.
Check all technology needs beforehand. For example, you will need Flash Player installed.
Have students do all typing first and then add pictures and backgrounds.
No Spellcheck...have a plan to check spelling before final presentations. Photostory Tips
Students should prepare script before recording.
Scan or upload pictures ahead of time.
More teacher prep
Check volume and microphone Kindergarten
When I grow up
What I love about school
All about France
1st grade
Ocean animals
3rd grade
4th grade
Colonial America
NC Landforms and resources 1st grade
2nd grade
art/nature elective
3rd - 5th graders
book trailers
4th grade
Colonial America
5th grade
Weather instruments *FREE!
*Web-based interactive
*Any digital content-Video, text, pictures, ppt, audioclips, etc.
*Comment using voice, text, drawing, or video
*Multiple comments for the digital content
*Shared workspace
*Educators can create free account
*Student identities created under your account
*Students may need to write down comments before recording
*Ideal for review of unit concepts/vocabulary and literature reviews
*Good for students to hear their own oral fluency
Contact :
Elizabeth Husketh, Media Specialist elizabeth.husketh@dpsnc.net
Diana Lisle, AIG facilitator
http://lislestyle.blogspot.com Tips Examples Photostory projects Animoto projects Voicethread Photostory Mixbook Animoto Mixbook projects Voicethread Projects Digital storytelling
is using computer-based and web-based tools with a mixture of photographs, text, audio, narration, video, and/or music to create a story. FREE! :)
No download required.
Create collaborative photobooks.
Viewable online or you can order a printed book.
Upload your own photos.
Hundreds of layouts and backgrounds.
Text boxes mimic Microsoft Word.
Embed Mixbook player on your website or blog.
2nd grade
Animal lifecycle
3rd grade
Muscles, bones
Sun, Moon, Stars
4th grade
Animal behavior and adaptation
5th grade
Nature's way TIPS
*Only one student can access the same book at the same time. If you want to create a class book, have students type content in a document (Word) and then copy/paste into Mixbook. *Have students plan their work before getting on the computer. For younger ages, it is helpful to use pre-designed templates
*Check all technology needs beforehand. For example, you will need Flash Player installed.
*Have students do all typing first and then add pictures and backgrounds.
*Helpful to model on an interactive whiteboard.
*Choose “blank book” with no theme to start with a blank slate.
*Books must be published in order to be searchable by the public. 2nd grade
3rd grade
4th grade
Emancipation Proclamation
5th grade
Literature Review
Add student identities first
Select comment format for students (record or type).
Ideal for Literature review
Most students will need to write out comments before recording.
Require students to comment on 2 classmates' comments in addition to recording their own to facilitate discussion.
Check volume and microphone beforehand. http://www.mixbook.com http://search.creativecommons.org/
http://nextvista.org/projects/Project-Citing_Copyright-Friendly_Media_from_Online.pdf Be sure to follow copyright guidelines when citing digital media, especially if you publish your stories to the web.
Include citation slides at the end of images found on the web.
Voicethread--will automatically cite the pics from Flickr.
Types of media and permissible amounts

Motion media:
Up to 10 percent of the total or three minutes, whichever is less.
Text material:
Up to 10 percent of the total or 1,000 words, whichever is less.
An entire poem of less than 250 words may be used, but no more than three poems by one poet or five poems by
different authors in an anthology. For poems exceeding 250 words, 250 words should be used but no more than three
excerpts from one poet or five excerpts from different poets in the same work
Music, lyrics, and music video:
up to 10 percent of the work but no more than 30 seconds of the music or lyrics from an individual musical work.
Illustrations or photographs:
no more than five images from one artist or photographer.
no more than 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a collection.
Numerical data sets:
up to 10 percent or 2,500 fields or cell entries, whichever is less, from a copyrighted database or data table.
Copying of a multimedia project:
no more than two copies may be made of a project. Google - Photostory www.animoto.com www.voicethread.com http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/nature/tremendous-turkestan-desert-cats-4033113 http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/education/3rd-grade-bones-and-muscles-2010-4682281 http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/interests/jellyfish-by-olivia-5422737 http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/nature/by-sam-and-gus-4361026 http://www.mixbook.com/photo-books/all/nature-s-way-4697524 OTHER PROJECT IDEAS
Free for one educator account
Digital poster
Add text, photos, videos, links, etc.
Design your own layout using textboxes
and graphics
Ideal for older students and social
studies and science subject matter.
Embed, e-mail, or print finished glogs.
4th grade
Rocks and Mineral
Colonial America
Food Chemistry Tips
Plan content ahead of time
Add the text first
Create design template for students to choose.
Model each step.
Teach how to find, use, and cite pictures.
Give students a check list.
Glogster glogster gLOGSTER
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