Digital Storytelling Carnival #6

It’s the back to school edition of the Digital Storytelling Carnival.  Welcome!

around the blogosphere a variety of filmmaking experiments have taken place in the past two months…

Mr. Mayo experiments with Clay Animation

An (Aspiring) Educator tries out Moodstream

Wes Fryer reflects on Stop Motion

Mr. Guhlin tries to Stomp a Video

Mr. Larkin demos Posterous

Mr. Hernandez suggests using a Teleprompter for when students don’t remember their lines

Vicki Davis reports on Second Life Filmmaking

Dean Shareski experiments with embedding finished projects

Larry Ferlazzo suggests we Go Animate! and while we’re at it create an online puppet show

Tim Holt finds value in VoiceThread

Langwitches tries out Mixbook

and JustRead tells of the Making of a Digital Story

Focus on The Flip

Mr. Pendergrass reports that the Flip Video now works with iMovie ’08

Flickschool confirms it

Issues and Policy

Alice Mercer presents Youtube, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Is Google Making Us Stupid? from the

Mac Tech Resources

iMovie ’08 Links

Final Cut Express Links

Frame by Frame Stop Motion Animator for Leopard

Web Sites

Telling Their Stories:  Oral History Archives Project

Simple Creative Commons Flickr Search (for royalty free images)

Viral Video

100 Best Youtube Videos for Teaching from Smart Teaching

Viral Marketing Review
kinds of viral advertising…excellent for a unit examining commercials/marketing

Spotlight on FoodFight: Reenactments of famous wars with food

Sushi and Sashimi on TV, Nick Pernisco warns us not to ban television but to teach kids to use it responsibly

One Response to Digital Storytelling Carnival #6

  1. Hi Mathew
    Thank you for the pointer. Posterous is an excellent tool. Well worth investigating, One can publish text, image galleries and podcasts all via a single email. Brilliant!

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