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Digital Storytelling at the Maricopa Community Colleges

Thursday, January 1, 2004

Abstract

Can storytelling enrich student learning? Promote faculty development? Linda Hicks and Rachel Woodburn at Maricopa Community Colleges use digital storytelling with faculty and students. According to them, "Everyone has a story to tell, and with the telling of the story comes connection to people, communities, and an interest in new subjects."

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