This podcast is a recording of my keynote address on Digital Storytelling in the Classroom at the 2006 Hawaii Library Association’s annual conference in Honolulu. In the address, I discussed the connections digital storytelling has to literacy development and the roles of school librarians, shared several examples of exemplary student and teacher-created digital stories, and invited audience members to engage themselves and their students in digital storytelling projects in the weeks and months ahead.
Show notes for this podcast include:
- My online curriculum for digital storytelling workshops
- Hawaii Island Movie Contest Winners
- Center for Digital Storytelling Examples
- Apple iLife Contest Award Winners
- My Digital Storytelling social bookmarks
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