Community of practice explores digital storytelling in the classroom
By Dave Winterstein

Digital storytelling as a teaching strategy holds the promise of democratizing use of technology, empowering storytellers, and providing practice in digital literacy.

This fall, the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) is coordinating a community of practice featuring workshops led by faculty to explore digital storytelling methods.

“The community of practice sessions will bring interested instructors together to explore storytelling as a tool for connecting with audiences in meaningful ways,” said Melina Ivanchikova, CTI’s associate director for inclusive teaching and facilitator for the community of practice. “Digital storytelling, both the creative process and the stories themselves, offers ways for students to challenge dominant narratives and reflect on their own position in relation to the influence of global systems.”

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