Digital storytelling: Capturing the minds and souls of students

Speaker: Andrea Mosenson

Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator of Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Queens College Department of Family, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences

Digital storytelling is the 21st century method of combining multimedia technology with written pieces of work to create compelling, memorable stories.  It is a process that allows students to manipulate digital images, voices, text, and sound to create vivid stories that can be shared both locally and around the world.  This presentation envisions how digital storytelling can be integrated into any discipline, capturing the minds and souls of your students in the powerful stories they will tell.

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