4. Digital Storytelling

SPRING 2019

Our live class was on Wednesday, February 13 at 7 PM EST. 

Inquiry Question: What makes digital narratives so powerful and complex as a tool for learning?

Please watch the recorded video and offer a comment on this page regarding your response to the issues discussed in the session.

AGENDA

3. Critical & Creative

We had a live synchronous class on Wednesday, Feb 6 at 7 pm EST. If you missed this session, you can watch the video and answer the questions in the Pathwight.

Theme of the Week. Critical and Creative: What is the relationship between readers and writers in a digital age?

AGENDA

  1. Renee reviews your completed work on the Pathwright
  2. Review Twitter #EDC534 stream
  3. Group Activity: Analyze a mentor text AND create a podcast through dialogue
  4. Questions on LEAP #1 DUE Feb 15
  5. Review class participation for next week

2. Digital Authorship

Week 2 Theme: What is Digital Authorship? What are the conditions under which creative expression flourishes?Join us on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 7 pm EST for our synchronous video conference. If you are unable to attend, you can watch the recording and complete the questions provided to receive class participation credit.

I goofed on the recording, sadly, so there is only 8 minutes of our amazing class. You can find the alternative activity on the Pathwright under the item for the Class on January 30.

AGENDA

  1. Celebrating Our Team
  2. Small group viewing and discussion: Most interesting concepts from the Study Sheet
  3. Compare and contrast Nathan Zed’s “You’re Not Good Enough” to “How to Build a Creative Style Online” by Anna Rothschild using Google Drawings Venn Diagram
  4. Review LEAP 1 assignment DUE FEB 15
  5. Review class participation activities for next week
  6. Graduate Student Photo Contest
  7. Questions and Other Issues