Published:October 21, 2009
There is still time to register for tomorrow's (October 22nd) webcast: Digital Storytelling and Media Production: 30 Seconds To A Viewpoint facilitated by Dr. Ruben Puentedura. How simple can a digital story be? Does it always require text? Audio? Could it be as simple as… five images? Today's webcast will look at Five Card Nancy and Five Card Flickr, and see what they tell us about the structure of digital stories and how to use them in the classroom. Then, we’ll refract the “five card” approach through the lens of the Center for Digital Storytelling’s “seven storytelling elements”, and construct a (very) short story that effectively integrates images, audio, and video. You can find a link to registration at http://maine121.org/webcasts/. Registrants will receive a link to the WebCast as well as login information.
Our next webcast is on October 29th: UDL and Accessibility. Built-in Features and Customizations: Make the MLTI Laptops Meet Your and Your Students’ Needs. A description of this webcast will be available at the beginning of next week and registration is currently available at http://maine121.org/webcasts/.
WebCasts will be held each Thursday at both 3:15 pm and 7:15 pm. To learn more about these webcasts, please visit: http://maine121.org.
The MLTI Team