Digital Storytelling in the Library: Supporting the Multimodal Assignment from Start to Finish
This poster explores the security, privacy and ethical considerations confronted in supporting digital media courses. Of particular importance to this presentation is the increased role digital storytelling and video composition plays in student learning. Supporting this shift in curriculum, librarians have the opportunity to facilitate an intelligent and integrated move toward the use of these digital tools in classrooms and participate in educating students on media literacy. Librarians supporting the Digital Media Studio at Marquette University share their techniques in educating students on intellectual property issues and in navigating security and privacy problems with shared equipment.
Gibes, Elizabeth Andrejasich and Nunez, Robert L. II, "Digital Storytelling in the Library: Supporting the Multimodal Assignment from Start to Finish" (2013). Library Faculty Research and Publications. 62.