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Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Digital Storytelling: Digital Stories
|Maryjane Burdge - The Truth About Special Education Practices (9 minutes)|
|Ephraim Nikoi - Intercultural competence and the Ghana Study Experience (8:30 minutes)|
Lisa M. Shephard - Energy! (3:50 minutes)
|Yunhong "Tom" Tu - Teaching and Learning at a Distance (12:30 minutes)|
|Dixie Dorman - Creates an in-depth first hand understanding in her digital story "Misunderstandings and Misconceptions of the Role Oppression Plays in the Study of First Nations." (8 minutes)
Dixie is a Senior Lecturer of First Nations Studies through the Distance Learning Center.
|Lorena Rios Mendoza -Chemistry: You can do it! (3:45 minutes) This is Lorena's Story about discovering the challenges and opportunities in the field of chemistry.|
|Lisa Mattsson - The Importance of Learning and Practicing Ethical Leadership Skills(7 minutes).|
During fall of 2012, CETL offered a program to provide support to educators to enhance student learning and facilitate greater student involvement through creating a 3 to 5 minute digital story on at least one of the first four themes below:University Liberal Education Learning Goals (LELG's), such as communication, critical thinking, diversity/global citizenry, creative expression or interdisciplinary connection;
The digital stories were produced with technical support provided by CETL's AudioVisual Specialist David Orts and funding support from CETL, as well as the Center for Academic Service-Learning, when applicable. Below are some of the early results. Note: Some "Mac" users experience clicks and sound problems when viewing the digital stories below in "wmv" format. VLC media player is free software http://www.videolan.org/ that eliminates these Mac issues. Be careful not to click on other products that you do not need and could be charged for.
|In Going to the Dogs in Bali (7 minutes), Marshall Johnson explores the ways in which Academic Service Learning opportunities emerge in study abroad courses like the Bali Workshop.|
|Kenna Bolton Holz created a digital story about her connection to Feminism (6:30 minutes). This video was developed primarily for use in the Introduction to Psychology of Women class, and includes an emphasis on Academic Service-Learning.|
|In AS-L: A Tool for Connecting Purpose to Learning (6:15 minutes), John McCormick, a Writing Instructor at UW-S since 2005, explores AS-L as a tool for bettering student engagement within the writing process.|
|In my developmental psychology classes, I find it vital that students interact with the populations we are talking about - to challenge stereotypes, observe behavior and thinking, and develop an understanding of others. This digital story highlights my own experiences with AS-L in college as well as the experiences of two previous students through AS-L placement in my Adulthood and Aging class.|
|In My Journey in Academic Service-Learning (10:48 minutes), Shin-Ping Tucker relates how she has used Academic Service-Learning in her classes.|
|In Academic Service-Learning at UW-Superior (3:37 minutes), Beth Austin explains how Academic Service-Learning works with on-line distance learning coursework to link to community service.|
Travels in a Bleak and Cheerful Land ...Or How Bosnia Tempered My Pessimism About History With Optimism About People (7:46 minutes), by Dr. Karl F. Bahm, Professor of History, Department of Social Inquiry, UW-Superior.
A Visit to Bosnia, a digital story based on a UW-Superior study abroad experience, created by Ezra Riley as a UW-Superior junior. He is a Spanish and International Peace Studies major and recent UW-Superior graduate.
Weaving with Paint: An International Collaboration of Women (4.24 minutes), by Dr. Kathy Hubbard, Assistant Professor of Art Education, Department of Visual Arts, UW-Superior.
Dispelling Writers' Myth (11:54 minutes), created by Susie Isaksen, Senior Lecturer Department of Writing and Library Science at UW-Superior.
Eleni's Story of Writing (4:56 minutes), by Dr. Eleni Pinnow, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity at UW-Superior.
Journey through Writing (2:24 minutes), created by Amanda Kvam as a UW-Superior senior and Writing Center Tutor. She is a recent UW-Superior graduate.
Story of Writing Development (3:02 minutes), created by Tim Rogentine as a UW-Superior senior and Writing Center Tutor.
Links to additional digital stories
Center for Digital Storytelling: http://www.storycenter.org/stories/
The Ohio State University: http://telr.osu.edu/storytelling/stories.html
BBC's Capture Wales Project:?http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/arts/yourvideo/queries/capturewales.shtml
Cows and Fish: Stories from the Alberta Riparian Habitat Management Society: http://www.cowsandfish.org/photos/digital.aspx
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