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What is Digital Storytelling?◦ Personal and Academic Narratives◦ One format for Digital Storytelling
Video Format- MovieMaker
Digital Storytelling Process Using the Flip Camera Editing/Publishing Resource:http://retapedia.pbworks.com
Digital Storytelling is the process of writing about a story, and adding the multimedia elements of voice, imagery, and music to create a visual story.
Personal or Academic Narratives: A personal story is one that involves a personal
change or realization. This could be a family story about the value of a childhood experience, a reunion in which you reconnect with a long lost friend, a hero in your family,
Digital storytelling can also be used in the content areas as an academic story or "unit of instruction" story. This can be a story about any concept, unit or idea from any area of the curriculum, from math to social studies.
YouTube uploads 200,000 videos a day
85% of all upolads are from teensIs their focus on the power of the technology or the power of the story?
The Overall Purpose of the Story The Narrator’s Point of View A Dramatic Question or Questions (capture the viewer’s attention) The Choice of Content Clarity of Voice Pacing of the Narrative
Use of a Meaningful Audio Soundtrack Quality of the Images, Video & other Multimedia Elements Economy of the Story Detail Good Grammar and Language Usage
Adapted from: The Center for Digital Storytelling (http://www.storycenter.org)
Storyboards are a planning tool to help you outline and organize your video.
The T-Script Audio/Video Storyboard
The left side of the script is for video, graphics, images.
The right side is for the actual
narration, text, sound effects, etc.
I played Varsity Basketball, Varsity Soccer,
and Varsity Softball…
Too much headroom
Watch for distractions when composing your images….
When shooting outdoors, keep the sun behind you. Beware of windows.
Plan your shoot. Shoot to edit. Use a tripod or other image stabilization
device. For handheld stability, imagine that your
camcorder is a very full cup of hot coffee.
Use a silent backcount: 5-4-3-2-1
Use the zoom to compose your shot. Avoid zooming while the tape is rolling.
Move the camera only when necessary. Pan from left to right slowly!
Keep your average shot length between 5 and 10 seconds. Keep the shot steady (no zoom or pan) for at least 10 seconds.
Watch for distractions behind the talent.
1. Wide Shot
2. Medium Shot 3. Close-Up
EWSWS MWS MS
MCU CU ECU
Copyright Free Images Creative commons: http://creativecommons.org/ Flickr- http://flickr.com Wikipedia Public Domain Image Resources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources Pics for Learning: http://pics.tech4learning.com/ Davis Audio & Video clips: http://www.djusd.k12.ca.us/technology/images.htmRoyalty Free Sound Sources
Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/audio Creative Commons: http://creativecommons.org The Free Sound Project: http://www.freesound.org/ Stonewashed Sound Effects: http://www.stonewashed.net/sfx.html Macloops: www.macloops.com
Audacity Audio Editor: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/
Create your storyboard Collect your images Create your digital story