Date: Saturday October 11, 2014
Time: 9:00am Pacific/10:00am Mountain/
11:00am Central/12:00pm Eastern
Location: Blackboard Collaborate
Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar, October 11, 2014. Open Mic: Digital Storytelling facilitated by Wes Fryer. Participants were invited to come with their ideas, resources, and questions and together we learned about what digital storytelling is, what it might look like in classrooms for students of all ages (K-12 to Adult), how it is being used to provide authentic, engaging learning experiences, and more. Wes Fryer facilitated the conversation and shared some of his best tips, tools and strategies including YouTube Creator Studio. We have an awesome Livebinder prepared with digital storytelling resources and have added all of the shared resources to the Livebinder.
Blackboard Collaborate (full recording): https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/jwsdetect/playback.jnlp?psid=2014-10-11.0854.M.ACE02B5F35AA7E7975F015AAC6F794.vcr&sid=2008350
Tiny URL for Full Recording: http://hnyctt.me/cr20live-OpenMicDigitalStorytelling-10-11-14
Audio Recording (mp3):
Follow-up Reading/Viewing Suggestions: (links shared by participants during the session have been added to this list and also to the Livebinder)
LiveBinder Link: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=1513980
(Note: Click on tab for "Open Mic-Digital Storytelling" in the LiveBinder)
Guiding questions for the open mic sharing: (very free-flowing conversation)
What iPad videography apps for digital storytelling do you like and recommend?
What audio-only digital storytelling tools do you like and recommend?
What are the pros and cons of different websites for sharing digital stories online?
What tools, apps, and techniques do you use for storyboarding?
What web-based digital storytelling tools do you like and recommend?
What green-screen digital storytelling apps & resources do you like and recommend?
What advice do you have for teachers wanting to do digital storytelling projects with students in the classroom?
What tips do you have for oral history projects using digital storytelling?
http://www.wesfryer.com/ (Wes Fryer’s website)
http://playingwithmedia.com/ (Wes Fryer’s Playing with Media resources)
http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/digital-story/ (Wes Fryer: Playing with Media-Digital Story)
http://list.ly/list/Six-digital-storytelling-apps-software-and-resources (Wes’s List of Digital Storytelling resources)
http://wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/digital-storytelling-on-a-shoestring (Wes Fryer: Digital Storytelling on a Shoestring)
http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/story-in-5-photos/ (Wes Fryer: Story in 5 Photos)
http://wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/deepening (Deepening our Learning Through Storytelling: Creativity, STEM and Stories)
http://teachdigital.pbworks.com/w/page/19791040/digitalstorytelling (Wes Fryer: Digital Storytelling resources)
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6048505?hl=en (YouTube Creator Studio)
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id888530356 (YouTube Creator Studio App)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/shutterfly-photo-story-for/id659614190 (Shutterfly Photo Story App)
Recording: Digital Storytelling from Library 2.014 Presentation: Channeling Energies in Library Digital Storytelling
Rebecca Morris, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a panel of her graduate students in a seminar for Digital Storytelling
Listly and Learnist resources from Library 2.014 Presentation:
http://www.pearltrees.com/shellyterrell/digital-storytelling/id5757232 (Shelly Terrell: Pearltree with Digital Storytelling resources)
http://learningrevolution.com (The Learning Revolution Network created by Steve Hargadon. We now have Host Your Own Webinars again! If you would like to schedule a free public webinar on Blackboard Collaborate sign up on this site.)
http://learningrevolution.com/page/host-your-own-webinar (Host Your Own Webinar details)
http://tinyurl.com/CR20LIVEFeaturedTeacherNominat (Nominate a Featured Teacher for our shows--you can nominate yourself too if you’d like to present for us)
http://tinyurl.com/cr20livesurvey (Classroom 2.0 LIVE survey link to request PD certificates for live or recorded webinars)
http://www.discoveryeducation.com/streamathon/ (DEN Streamathon Virtual Conference: October 25, 2014)
http://k12onlineconference.org (K12 Online Conference)
http://k12onlineconference.org/?page_id=2480 (K12 Online Conference Schedule)
Links shared by participants on the mic and in the chat log during the session have been added here and also to the Livebinder:
WOW! SO MANY GREAT TOOLS AND IDEAS SHARED BY PARTICIPANTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD IN THE SESSION! WE LOVE THIS KIND OF CROWD-SOURCING! THANK YOU ALL!
http://www.storyboardthat.com/ (StoryBoard That)
http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/3248765/ (Lorie Moffat: Student story created with Scratch)
http://www.alasmedia.net/SFETT/html_movie/Ican/4.html (Wes Fryer: iCAN-Alas Media is a multimedia company based in the San Fernando Valley that's dedicated to telling stories to create change.
http://www.bitstripsforschools.com/ (BitStrips for Schools)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morfo/id418900007?mt=8 (@bcdtech Maureen: Morfo app. An app that the kids love to use for storytelling is Morfo- like blabberize- but not as clunky as the website has been of late. Use Morfo to quickly turn a photo of your friend's face into a talking, dancing, crazy 3D character!)
http://cameroid.com/ (Cameroid: free tool to take snaps with your webcam straight from your browser)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/murmur-app/id588001086?mt=8 (Murmur app)
http://murmurtoronto.ca/ (Wes Fryer’s Murmur projec-[murmur] is a documentary oral history project that records stories and memories told about specific geographic locations. They collect and make accessible people's personal histories and anecdotes about the places in their neighborhoods that are important to them.)
http://storycenter.org/about-us/ (Center for Digital Storytelling)
http://my-ecoach.com/project.php?id=18801 (Roxanne Clement: Bay Farm School Digital Tour)
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ohHwFnvWCT8hIghywR3OF5tgDZwFs0i2kPy6dEDp890/edit?usp=sharing (Patti R: Grade 6 Roller Coaster Physics. Students shared what they learned about Newton’s Laws by telling the story of the roller coaster project in a video and then posting the video to their blog.)
http://my-ecoach.com/project.php?id=18680&project_step=100337 (Roxanne Clement:
Here's a link to our Dot Day Project we do schoolwide every year on September 15ish)
http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/Comix/ (Make Belief Comix for digital storytelling)
http://kidblog.org/CougarTech2016/86762f20-b647-4d0d-802b-fd133b5dbdfc/a-roller-coaster-built-by-children/ (Patti R: Student blog post for Roller Coaster Physics project)
http://www.sanleandro.org/about/hwv/pl.asp (Doug Henry: San Leandro History Walk)
http://whatelse.edublogs.org/2014/10/05/digilit-sunday-google-slides/ (Sheri Edwards:
Something Simple -- student designed; Wordle and Google Slides for Veterans Day)
https://livebooklet.com (@bcdtech Maureen: I had 2nd graders use what used to be simplebooklet- now livebooklet to make simple flip books with stories they wrote)
http://www.voki.com/ (Voki: create speaking avatars to use as a learning tool)
http://chasemarch.com/2013/10/create-radio-plays-in-your-classroom.html (Chase March:
Here is an example from my Grade 3 class on Audacity-Create Radio Plays in Your Classroom)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morfo/id418900007?mt=8 (@bcdtech Maureen Morfo app-Use Morfo to quickly turn a photo of your friend's face into a talking, dancing, crazy 3D character! We used Morfo for explorer reports.)
http://www.ipadio.com/ (iPadio: Great free tool for recording audio. Can record from your phone or computer, can upload mp3 recordings and get an embed code to post them on your blog or wiki.)
http://www.voki.com/php/classroom/PLPP/key=5c4ba2e897dc4ed7c6b1604a65882348 (Sheri Edwards: Our science teacher’s Voki page where she asked students to creat Vokis about Ecosystems & Habitats)
http://share.playingwithmedia.com/posting-policy/ (Wes Fryer: school AUP examples)
http://gifmaker.me/ (Doug Henry: We have used animated gif makers - some allow you to add music or narration, like GifMaker.
http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-apps-to-make-animated-gifs/ (Doug Henry: Other animated gif makers)
http://suncokrili.jimdo.com/%C4%8Ditaonica/bajke/ (Duda: These are two fairy tales that I've done for the students)
http://mabryonline.org/archives/2007/04/2007_film_festi.html (Videos created for Dr. Tim Tyson’s Mabry Middle School Film Festival. Fabulous examples of what students can do to share powerful messages through video.)
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/157177?hl=en (Wes Fryer: here's a link about how to change privacy settings on YouTube)
https://vimeo.com/fugleflicks (Wes Fryer: Here's a great vimeo channel by elementary art teacher, Tricia Fugelstad. She did a fantastic presentation for the K12 Online Conference last year with her students demonstrating how they create their videos. Making and Sharing Fugleflicks (student-created, art-related movies) http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=1434 )
https://www.youtube.com/user/coachfryer/videos (Wes Fryer: Here's the link to my classroom teacher YouTube channel (I'm "coachfryer" since I was an instructional coach in the district)
http://digitales.us/ (Digitales: Bernajean Porter’s website for digital storytelling. Fantastic tools, videos, and other resources to support digital storytelling.)
http://www.nsdeagles.org/home/public-docs/coppa (Sheri Edwards: We list our classroom apps on our COPPA page)
https://twitter.com/mistersill (Jim Sill: Google Certified Teacher, ADE, Final Cut Pro Trainer, International Professional Developer & former video production teacher in Visalia,CA. mistersill.com
https://www.educanon.com/ (Educanon: great site for adding quizzes, text, comments to videos shared by Doug Henry)
http://www.zaption.com/ (Zaption: Turn online videos into interactive learning experiences)
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11132 (Doug Henry: The photostory I was using was on Windows)
http://www.citejournal.org/vol12/iss1/currentpractice/article1.cfm (Five-Picture Charades: A Flexible Model for Technology Training in Digital Media Tools and Teaching Strategies)
http://50ways.wikispaces.com/ (Peggy George: If you haven't seen CogDogBlog's amazing wiki you will love it! 50 +Ways to tell a Story)
http://learn.outofedenwalk.com/login/?next=/dashboard/ (Sheri Edwards: Story with Out of Eden project)
http://www.empressr.com/View.aspx?token=UQTQ12VN7Vs%3d (Duda: My students and I like Empressr. Empressr is the first free online storytelling tool that allows you to create, manage and share rich media presentations online. Upload your video, images and audio to get started creating cool slideshows. If you have your own website, blog, or social networking page, you can either post a link or embed your Empressr)
http://www.unitedstreaming.com/videos/42845/D2B15956-1279-3B00-CD01B9EA8FD93498.pdf (Wes Fryer: great reminder of AFI (American Film Institute) resources on Discovery Education United Streaming. 21st Century Educator’s Handbook: Protocol and Materials Guide to the Screen Education Process)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/green-screen-by-do-ink/id730091131?mt=8 (Wes Fryer: Green screen by Do Ink app-#2.99. Makes it easy to create incredible green screen videos and images right on your iPad.)
http://stem.wesfryer.com (Tons of terrific resources, tools, student project examples on Wes Fryer’s STEM wiki)
http://stem.wesfryer.com/home/maker-studio/green-screen (Wes Fryer: Green screen project examples and tutorials)
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/30hands-create-show-what-you/id605013231?mt=8 (@bcdtech Maureen: 30 Hands app. Storytelling app that allows students, teachers and anyone with creativity to easily create narrated stories or presentations based on photos, images, drawings or video clips using an iPad, iPhone or iPod. FREE)
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/cat-view.php?C=family-irigmic (Roxanne Clement: iRig mics work really well for me on cutting out background noise producing good quality audio)
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/audition/cs/using/WS58a04a822e3e5010548241038980c2c5-7fde.html (Tammy Moore: Adobe Audition is also an excellent tool, That is what I use)
http://langwitches.org/blog/2010/01/09/its-not-about-the-tools-its-about-the-skills/ (Silvia Tolisano-Langwitches: It’s not about the Tools; It’s about the Skills. Fantastic resources for podcasting and video on this page. Silvia is the creator of the fantastic podcasting microphone image we used for our show today.)
http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/dstorytell/ (Shamblesguru: Digital Storytelling Resources)