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Toward a Postmodern Definition of Digital Storytelling

> NMC News > NMC Blogs > NMC Member Spotlights > NMC Member News > NMC Most Engaging Toward a Postmodern Definition of Digital Storytelling Posted March 10, 2014 by nmc admin By Sandy Brown Jensen The first time I heard the term digital storytelling was at iLane 2011, our Really Big Tech Conference at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon. Lamb told us about DS 106 Internet radio, and seconds later he had the entire room on Internet radio. Lamb’s keynote led me to discover the Two Pillars of Hercules in the Digital Storytelling world — the CDS and DS 106. The Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS) Curiosity can be a powerful force. Down the Rabbit Hole: In Search of the Best Digital Storytelling Web Tools. Login or Create New Account Member Spotlights RIT Launches Nation’s First Minor in Free and Open Source Software and Free Culture NMC Blog Reflections on Community, Makerspaces, and the Future of Museums iTUNES U Ideas that Matter and More High Quality, Free EdTech Content Sparking innovation, learning and creativity.

Down the Rabbit Hole: In Search of the Best Digital Storytelling Web Tools

S Blog Topic Generator. Sandy Brown Jensen, Digital Storyteller. Step 6: Images, copyright, and Creative Commons. Welcome to the sixth step in our free professional learning series on personal blogging to help you set up your own personal or professional educator blog!

Step 6: Images, copyright, and Creative Commons

Introducing our Flipboard Magazines. Have you checked out our Flipboard magazines yet?

Introducing our Flipboard Magazines

It’s time you did! Each week we are adding the best and most interesting posts published to our Sept 2013 Flipboard magazine. Your post may be featured already in our magazine! All you need to do is remember to fill in the form at the bottom of the Challenge Blog weekly post. Then check the Sept 2013 Flipboard magazine towards the end of the week! Week 2 Town and Country. Photo Credit: Wistful ~ back to unreality via Compfight Last week you introduced yourselves to your new visitors.

Week 2 Town and Country

You asked questions for your visitors to answer. This week we are going to look at your local town and your country. Remember you can do one or more of the activities or all of them, that is up to you. You can also adapt the activity to suit your curriculum, teachers. Being creative in the presentation is also important, so check out some of the tools mentioned in the sidebar. Post ideas September. Blogging Resources. Challenge tips 1. Below are a few tips that will help the challenge to run more smoothly. 1.

Challenge tips 1

The main complaint I receive is about privacy settings and readers not being able to leave comments on posts. Edublogs or campus users – So that your visitors can leave comments easily, make sure your blog privacy is set to either: Challenge yourself to connect and learn through blogging. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Blogging Resources. Critical Thinking: Hoax Documentary. Assignment: In a team of 3 to 4, you will produce a 3 minute hoax documentary film in the style of an authentic educational film or training video.

Critical Thinking: Hoax Documentary

Avoid using interviews in your video. The narrator should be the sole voice of influence and knowledge. Blogging Resources. Yet more blogs to check out. I hadn’t checked the comments on the blogging challenge for a couple of days, but this morning there were 90 comments to check and approve.

Yet more blogs to check out

Many of the posts are included on this visit post, but a lot were from Mr Miller’s AVID students writing about their families and the forest – check them out in the sidebar of their class blog. When reading posts, I have noticed that the students from Tunisia are responding well to their mentor and are asking questions about how to do things on their blogs. They are also helping each other to solve those questions. Remember you can always check out the ‘Get Help’ section on my sidebar to find information from your blogging platform. If you are into anime especially Homestruck, Naruto or Ouran, then this blog is a must visit, another anime lover here, Interesting questions from grade 2 students, top jobs in grade 2, Earlier challenges: Jack, Ethan, Sophia, Carson, Parker, Blogs to visit as recommended by mentors: Nicky, Carley, Hope,

Challenge yourself to connect and learn through blogging. Dana Sachs: 9 Rules of Email Etiquette. Recently, I received an email from a young relative of mine that included an interesting query. C.R.A.P.:The Four Principles of Sound Design. By Daniel Scocco This is a guest blog by Jacob Cass.

C.R.A.P.:The Four Principles of Sound Design

Be sure to check out his $5000 prize giveaway. As a graphic designer, I could tell you if your website design is C.R.A.P. Not crap as in crap crap, but I mean C.R.A.P as in the underlying principles of good design. C.R.A.P stands for contrast, repeitition, alignment and proximity and these are the four principles of design that a blog design should adhere to. The Joshua Tree.