Lights, Camera, Research: The Interdisciplinary Design of Digital Storytelling
Have you ever wondered what an instructional design collaboration would look like between Communication Arts, History, Media Technology, and Library Science? This session will demonstrate how practitioners from four different disciplines worked together to create a digital storytelling assignment for undergraduate students. The assignment encompasses both academic and experiential learning while requiring students to accomplish a variety of tasks such as choosing a historical topic, researching primary sources, editing film, and developing a story board. Students also learn that interdisciplinary collaboration can lead to gratifying curricular experiences and that scholars in their academic community enjoy working together.
|Work Title||Lights, Camera, Research: The Interdisciplinary Design of Digital Storytelling|
|License||CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives)|
|Work Type||Conference Proceeding|
|Deposited||June 06, 2022|
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