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Digital Storytelling

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Digital Storytelling

  • Teaching with Technology - Lecture Capture Project
  • The Work Our Faculty Do - Video Series
  • Digital Stories 2013-2014

Digital Storytelling at UW-Superior

Digital Storytelling has been an ongoing initiative supported by CETL for a number of years, this section of the CETL webpages contains information about digital storytelling, identifies available resources for digital stories and provides examples of digital stories produced by students, instructional staff and CETL media producers. 

The Digital Storytelling page provides an introduction to Digital Storytelling in Higher Education and talks about storytelling style and approaches.


Digital Storytelling Resources

CETL has production resources to help facilitate digital story development and production as an initiative towards excellence in teaching and learning. Digital stories are created by faculty to supplement a lesson, unit, or course or to provide students and potential majors with a personal viewpoint on a discipline.

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UW-Superior Digital Story Examples

This page provides access to nearly two dozen digital storytelling examples covering a wide range of topics and themes including Academic Service Learning, Global Awareness, Study Abroad and Becoming a Writer.

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UW-Superior Faculty/Staff Videos and 30 Second Spots

This page offers a selection of recent video series including the "The Work That Our Faculty Do" video series, a long form documentary style video titled "The Role of Faculty in Higher Education" a compilation work produced out of the "The Work That Our Faculty Do" video series and a set of short video spots where faculty and staff answered the question "Why you Teach" or "How you Contribute to Student Learning"

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Digital Video Mini-Course

This "HOW-TO Steps to Video Production" Basic Digital Video Production Course was developed as a Learn@UW-Superior mini-course module that can be added into a D2L course shell as a resource to help students doing video projects. The mini-course curriculum is set-up in 10 step covering three key areas of video production; project planning, basic shooting and basic editing. The mini-course identifies on campus and online resources available for student video projects and provides guidance through the process.

This resource development project was piloted Spring 2015 in two courses, the course modules have been adapted as an open online professional development training resource for the whole campus community. Although the course is still in the final implementation phase here is a content preview before the full launch in coming weeks.


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