Digital storytelling takes the traditional craft and attributes of telling stories and merges it with diverse digital media. The digital media becomes integral to how and why stories are told. The course will explore digital storytelling in its many forms, including narrated film shorts, movement capture, locative media, digital timelines, DJing, electronic novels, audio documentaries, narrative computer games, podcasting, and blogging among others. The purpose of the course is to introduce students to a broad set of digital tools that will expand their capability to engage diverse publics in the construction and dissemination of knowledge in the arts and humanities. Enrollment limited to 15.
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