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LAT 36 Digital Story
Complexity involved in:
In-class implementation Low
Analysis High
Brief Description
"Digital storytelling is the practice of using computer-based tools, such as video, audio, graphics, and Web publishing to tell stories. The stories may be personal or academic, but for either focus, students share relevant life experiences as they attempt to connect to an audience about a given issue."

 Purpose"This LAT also provides students with a creative outlet for self-authorship and for curating their lived experiences. Because students tell their own stories, they situate themselves within the context of the course subject area. They often tell about their lives through their interactions with others, thereby providing visible documentation of their learning in the Human Dimension. It also taps into their emotions, which can also improve their caring about a given topic." — Learning Assessment Techniques, Barkley, EF and Major, CH, 2016.

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