Storytelling used to be something kids did huddled around a campfire or sitting Indian-style, books in hand, in a semicircle on the classroom floor. But as computers and other high-tech gadgets proliferate in schools, a new form of the art has emerged: digital storytelling, where a combination of multimedia tools--including graphics, audio, video, animation, and web publishing--are called upon to bring the story to life. Created by Bernard Robin, a professor at the University of Houston College of Education, "Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling" provides resources for teachers and students to explore the literal anatomy of the digital story. Site


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