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ELI In Conversation: Web 2.0 and Digital Storytelling

In this podcast we feature a conversation with Bryan Alexander, Director for Research at the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) , and Gail Matthews-DeNatale, Associate Director for Academic Technology at Simmons College . This discussion was recorded at the ELI 2008 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

Digital storytelling merges leading-edge technology with age-old storytelling processes. Digital stories are typically in video format but can also include Web pages, digital maps, and other emerging technology mashups. With the addition of a Web 2.0 focus, audience also becomes co-author. How do these concepts apply to pedagogy and how can instructors evaluate and assess the process and final product?

Gail Matthews-DeNatale presented a session at ELI 2008 entitled, "Digital Story Making: Understanding the Learner's Perspective".

Bryan Alexander presented a workship at ELI 2008 entitled, "Web 2.0 Storytelling".



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