A digital story uses multimedia (including images, video, music, narration, text, etc.) to convey a short narrative. A digital story can be personal, persuasive, instructional, reflective, and/or descriptive, depending on its purpose. Digital stories can be created as a group or by an individual. And thanks to readily available, often free, software and resources, it is easier than ever to create a digital story. In a university course, digital storytelling can provide a way to combine both critical thinking and creativity, engage students, and teach digital literacy.
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