Digital storytelling doesn’t just have to be about slideshows. A freer approach to narrative than thinking it has to be about beginning, middle and end means that many more approaches can be used. I look at 2 quick examples here.
Here’s another entry to the D-Ed Pool, technology that has fallen by the wayside, and it’s an interesting one as it’s a service I quite liked but also is a good example of one of the main pitfalls of using web2.0 tools for education.
One of the activities this semester for the Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation and Change MSc has been to examine a free Web2.0 tool and to post our reflections on it. I chose to do Wallwisher after a recommendation by Guy …
Film Education’s CP3 conference is a routinely excellent occasion and well worth your attention if you are involved in using digital media in education. I’ve blogged about it before….
The last event was in Liverpool (way back in July)
One thing that has come out even in the first few weeks is that actually, all is not as rosey as it could be. I’m becoming a bit more pragmatic when it comes to a vision of a web2.0 future.
I was invited last week to support a creative session at the Sheffield Primary Headteachers’ Conference in York on digital imaging. It was run by Rob Walker from Playing for Success with me tagging along and throwing in my tuppence-worth.
I thought I’d share the results with you.
Aviary has recently released a web based audio editor called Myna… and it’s well wrth a look regardless of what area of the curriculum you’re from.
Aviary already has an established web presence with its fantastic suite of image and