Sunday, April 17, 2011

Digital Storytelling

A few months ago, I saw posts about digital storytelling on two great blogs I follow: One Extra Degree and Ms. M's Blog.  I think I am going to try this out myself in a few weeks, so today I compiled some links with information about digital storytelling.  Click on the picture to download - hope you find it useful! 
(Edit - for some strange reason, now when you click on the link it says something about so many people viewing/downloading it and reaching a quota, so it won't open the file...  I am so loving Google Docs lately...  Anyway, if you want this list of links and it won't open for you, feel free to email me and I will send it to you.)

5 comments:

Ms.M said...

Thanks for the shout out. :)

I I know your stories will be wonderful. I am getting ready to do another round of digital stories with my students. I always cringe at how much work we put into it.

Ms. M
Ms.M's Blog
A Teacher's Plan

ckeskeny said...

I couldn't download the link, google docs is still saying too many people are trying to access it. Thanks so much for sharing! Carol

Dana Baker said...

Sorry about that! I know the link was working when I first posted it this afternoon. If you send me an email (my email is on the right side of my blog) or leave your email address here, I will send it to you.

My Little Learning Center said...

I am a new follower and enjoy reading your blogs. Cant wait to continue reading your ideas and stories... please follow my page too... thanks www.mylittlelearningcenter.blogspot.com

Ashleigh said...

I want to learn more about the digital story telling. I've just learned about zooburts where students can make popup books online.

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