I was completely bowled over last night, by Steve Bunce’s talk on resources for Digital Storytelling. There were quite a few that I hadn’t come across before, but which I am now looking forward to exploring. Most of them are free. What a brilliant set of resources for addressing literacy, at all levels!
If you missed the talk, you’re in luck, because it was recorded. Here’s the URL: Teachshare on Digital Resources.
What people said about the session
really loved the session on digital storytelling and saw some awesome examples at work; I really loved it!– @maureau
Some interesting tools for digital storytelling were aired at the webinar with @terryfreedman and @stevebunce. Thanks for sharing! #vitalcpd – @camaxwell
terryfreedman @stevebunce thanks guys enjoyed the session top stuff – @dan_bowen
The talk was part of a programme of talks, called “Teachshares”, which Drew Buddie and I are hosting. Why not join us for the next one, which is on the 14th December, at 7pm UK time, here? You can see the whole of our planned series here. And you can view the wider programme here.
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Rob Ellis sent me a link to this page of his about digital storytelling. It is a veritable cornucopia of resources, and one which demands to be explored. I haven't hadthe chance to check out the many links on the page, but knowing Rob I am confident they are all excellent.
I bumped into Rob at a conference yesterday, in fact, and he told me that he compiled the list of resources as part of a course he was running.
Check it out!