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50 Web 2.0 Ways To Tell a Story by Alan

Alan Levine has created a page in his cogdogroo wiki on digital storytelling. Since I like Alan’s work and storytelling, I am adding this memo for future use. Storycenter in Berkeley, California (one of my old playgrounds) is another interesting resource. Have a look!

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It was not long ago that producing multimedia digital content required expensive equipment and technical expertise; we are at the point now where we can do some very compelling content creation with nothing more complex than a web browser. In this workshop you will:

  • Design a basic story concept that can be created in a web 2.0 tool using images, audio, and/or video.
  • And then create it quickly using one of 50+ different web tools that are free to use.
  • Plus, you will share in this wiki site your example and observations on the value of the tool

We are using the word “story” in a general sense; it may be a deeply personal one of the digital storytelling variety, or it may be a tale of a travel trip, or a simple multimedia presentation.

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