The second Friday of the month is upon us, and that means it’s time for Academic Technology Services (ATS) to share with you a FLIP workshop. This month FLIP, standing for “The Future of Learning In Practice,” will focus on Digital Storytelling in Higher Education. We hope you will join us Friday, March 13, noon – 1:00, at Academic Surge 2363, a floor above the Bohart Museum of Entomology.
Your host for this session is Cheryl Diermyer, Instructional Design Consultant, Academic Technology Services. Cheryl joined ATS this past November from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has lead several digital storytelling efforts at campus and university system levels. Here’s what she has to say about the session:
Digital storytelling in higher education, either as a student-produced assignment or a faculty-produced story, connects course content with real-world expereinces. In this session, you will be introduced to the craft of creating engaging narratives for learning, view examples of how universities are using digital stories to teach, discuss assignment design and the production process, and explore digital storytelling tools.
Digital Storytelling in Higher Education with Cheryl Diermyer
Friday, March 13th
Academic Surge 2363