WHERE: Julian 135
WHEN: Thursday, April 11 @ 11:30
Digital storytelling is being used increasingly at DePauw and at peer institutions – and in a variety of fields - to empower students to engage more personally, more deeply, more creatively in their thinking. Whether we want to encourage our students to tell their own (or others’) stories, or to engage their scholarship from different angles with an eye towards different ways of knowing, digital storytelling is emerging as a powerful set of practices across the curriculum, from the humanities to the sciences. Join Sheryl Tremblay and Veronica Pejril to find out how we can help our students develop new and multiple literacies (written, oral, artistic/creative, digital) through digital storytelling assignments.
As always, lunch will be provided.
If you’d like to learn a bit more about digital storytelling prior to the roundtable, please take a look at the following links:
Center for Digital Storytelling Blog