1. @Lisa Fish@pinkywish50

    Privacy in the Digital Age

    Privacy Is A Myth
    The truth is, we never had online privacy and we never will.  We can manage it as best we can, and we should. But let’s face it, with more than one billion people on Facebook, and over 500 million tweets going out daily across the globe,…
  2. @edtech4sped


    How to Unlock Your (and Your Student’s) Innovative Mindset “We need to move beyond the idea that an education is something that is provided for us and toward the idea that an education is something that we create for ourselves.”
  3. @thepadilash

    For Taffy


    This week I viewed a video on Story Center called “Taffy.” The author, Shedrick Wicks tells a story of love and companionship. After moving to Denver, Wicks found himself to be lonely and ended up adopting a cat named Taffy. The story is endearing and the viewer can’t help but …

  4. @kadit

    Week 13: Response & Reflection


    The article I chose for this week is Stories Through Sequence by Xanthe Berkeley Of Shutter Sisters. I chose this article because it focuses on photographs to tell a story. The author talks about how one photograph can tell a story, but decided that he wanted to explore the stories …

  5. @boylebou12

    Digital Story critique: The Journey


    This week I have decided to look for an inspirational Digital Story to critique. The Journey, despite being very short in length (only 3 minutes 30 seconds) is filled with lessons that can benefit our youth today. I think this is a very good story to share with our …

  6. @klw_colorfulco

    7 Steps of Digital Storytelling


    I have reviewed the seven steps of Digital Storytelling, and noted these elements to help with the compilation of my own digital story soon.  The first element is to think about how to present your point of view.  This is important, in that the perspective of the author is aligned …

  7. @louikon

    Digital Story Critique – Week 13


    The story I chose for this week’s digital critique is titled “Heather”. Heather receives assistive technology (AT) services from Equipment and Assistive Technology Initiative (EATI), and explains the benefits of using assistive technology services and devices, as well as the benefits of participating in the EATI program and …

  8. @Lisa Fish@pinkywish50

    The Logic of Transmedia

    Does “transmedia” and “multimodal” mean the same thing? No, according to Henry Jenkins, Provost’s Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. There is often confusion about what the term transmedia means, and even controversy surrounding its definition within academic and entertainment circles. In his…
  9. @edtech4sped

    When Did You Know?

    Growing Up Transgender
    ​ Assigned the designation of female at birth, Gabe knew from an early age that he was a boy. In this touching story, Gabe and Chris Lopez recollect the moment that Gabe discovered he was transgender and his struggle to tell his mother, Chris, that he was…
  10. @thepadilash

    An Epigraph from Eavesdropping


    My momma always told me to mind my own business and to never eavesdrop. Today though, I purposefully listened in to random conversations to gain a fun snippet. My mom would NOT be proud! The Daily Create posed an assignment where eavesdropping was the name of the game. I was …

  11. @KelSanMar

    Digital Story Critique


    I came across this StoryCorps story and was struck by the humility and humanity of the narrator. It’s amazing what a little kindness and a hot meal can bring about. I’ve recently seen an increase in stories about people from opposite sides coming together to break bread, and I feel …

  12. @thepadilash

    Story Board


    There is a strong possibility I am behind on the creation of my digital story, but I have just now settled on a focus. I know, I know, I’ve had weeks to figure this out. I’ve truly been struggling with my chosen theme and had a bit of an epiphany …

  13. @kadit

    Week 12: Self Reflection of Learning



    It is crunch time for my capstone! So far, my feedback has been good, so that is a big relief. My final draft is due the 27th, and my defense will be Dec 6. I will be very happy when this is behind me

    I am also happy with …

CU Denver’s INTE 4340/5340

Welcome to Lori Elliott's Fall 2016 Learning with Digital Stories Course at CU Denver

CU Denver’s INTE 4340/5340 Learning with Digital Stories is a DS106-inspired course experimenting with narration, annotation, and open learning. Learn more about our course at from the syllabus and follow us on Twitter via #ILT5340.

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