Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The need for students to use effective written communication and to be technologically literate · remains strong. Meanwhile, educators charged with developing these skills are searching for ways to engage students in the writing process and integrate technology into daily learning activities. Digital storytelling aligns with both of these objectives. This strategy invites students into the writing process on a personal level and integrates several technologies into the final product.
This paper describes the digital storytelling process, including the benefits students attain from storytelling and technology integration as well as suggestions for classroom implementation. Additionally, research-based conclusions and recommendations for utilizing digital storytelling in the classroom are presented.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Lynn Ethan Nielsen
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©2009 Erin Alynn Miller
Miller, Erin Alynn, "Digital storytelling" (2009). Graduate Research Papers. 1209.