This past month, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College invited participants to its first international workshop on best practices in organizing online educational programs at a university level. The workshop featured presentations, discussions, and demonstrations held by ASU faculty and invited experts.
This session provides an opportunity to discuss the practice, design, and process used to create meaningful and impactful digital stories. As a case study reference, we will highlight digital stories created for a new course called, Sustainability Science for Teachers. This talk aims to be process-driven with the goal of articulating specific steps that went into creating our digital stories. While the authors acknowledge that there are many ways to create and develop digital stories, we suggest that an iterative development process may offer a successful model worth reviewing, discussing, and replicating.
EOEP information is published in ASU’s Professional Learning Library.