Storytelling Through Video: Guide to Utilizing Video for Projects

Overview

This guide is an introduction to how video can be utilized in the classroom for student assignments and projects. Student created videos possess the potential to further enhance the ways in which students learn and build real world skill sets. Broad in nature, digital storytelling represents a number of diverse methods and tools in which individuals utilize images, video, audio, and much more promote a unique learning and research environment. The guide provides an overall introduction to the concepts of digital storytelling and the broad applications of video in the classroom. You will find suggestions for resources, tutorials, assessment, and learning goals in the guide.

 

For further questions or inquiries, feel free to reach out to any of the Educational Technology staff at their information below:

Jon Breitenbucher, Director: jbreitenbucher@wooster.edu

Emily Armour, Educational Technologist: earmour@wooster.edu

Megan Smeznik, Educational Technology Associate: msmeznik@wooster.edu

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Assessment