For my third assignment I decided to use Glogster to tell a story about Web 2.0 storytelling. I chose it because as I was looking through Alan Levine’s examples of 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story, this one was by far the most visual appealing to me and it seemed like a pretty simple concept. Glogster lets you combine text, graphics, video, and audio to create a digital poster. It actually required a lot of effort to use though, and my finished project isn’t quite as elaborate as the example. Still I’m pleased with how it turned out and I’ll definitely be using Glogster again. Maybe with some practice I’ll be able to make something like the “Dominoe” Glogster story. Here’s what I created on my first attempt. I hope you like it!