This post originally ran May 2, 2016, and now there’s more exciting news from Storium. StoriumEdu is about to start beta testing. Like the original storytelling platform, this version will be a collaborative storytelling experience where we can practice our writing skills together. On top of that, this one is designed for an educational environment. It’s … More Let’s Learn with Storium!
Check out my new post over at the site for Emory’s Center for Digital Scholarship. As part of Emory’s Holocaust Denial on Trial project (HDOT), I worked on the team developing three digital timelines that document the Holocaust. Each timeline is an interactive and multimodal experience where users can click on events to learn more with … More Holocaust Denial on Trial Timelines
Game designers have to think rhetorically as they plan their projects. They research settings, locations, and time periods for authenticity. They think through who makes up their audience and what kind of tone will be most effective to reach that audience. They take aesthetics and document design seriously. And most importantly, game designers take so … More Let’s Learn with Storium!
Do you want your students to be excited about archives? Do you want them to look forward to carefully paging through manuscripts and early printed books? Is your greatest wish to watch students delighting over marginalia and manicules? Well, then this is the post for you. Cultural Archives Project In this project, we situate digital platforms … More Cultural Archives Project