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Digital Storytelling: Interactive Tutorial

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Digital Storytelling: Interactive Tutorial

In preparation for webpage updates and page migration the links on this resource page have been deactivated. If you would like assistance on using Adobe Premiere Elements for producing a digital story please contact Del Wright in the CETL offices.

Interactive Tutorial: Creating a Digital Video

You are invited to use this online interactive tutorial on creating a digital video or digital story with Adobe Premiere Elements. This tutorial was created specifically for the UW-Superior campus context.


This interactive tutorial guides learners step-by-step through the process of creating their first digital story by providing technical training on recommended processes. Upon completing the tutorial learners will have the technical information they need to complete a digital video and export a file ready for submission to their instructor. The tutorial includes creating a digital video with narration, still images, title, credits, and music. With the tutorial as foundation, learners can add video as source material to their project if desired.

The tutorial was created by CETL. Please send any comments on the tutorial to cetl@uwsuper.edu.

Adobe Premiere Elements software is available on the UW-Superior campus on the 30 computers in computer classroom Swenson 2020, on computers 1 - 3 in the Jim Dan Hill Library, on computers 54 and 55 in the 24-hour access lab in Swenson 1019, for faculty/staff in the Technology Training Room in Swenson 1070, and for the Mathematics and Computer Science Department in Swenson 3011. It is available at a discount to University departments and units via WISC.

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