Digital Storytelling Multimedia Archive

Check out the Digital Storytelling Multimedia Archive, which presents the findings from a cross-campus study on student learning and digital storytelling in the humanities. The term "digital story" refers to a type of multimedia project that combines images, video, and audio to explore a particular theme. Faculty in a wide range of disciplines have found that digital story assignments can provide an interesting representation of student learning. The site includes research on multimedia, social pedagogies, and affective learning;  a grid which synthesizes the project findings; and video interviews with students and faculty from Georgetown and other institutions. Led by Michael Coventry and Matthias Oppermann, this research effort emerged from work done as part of the Visible Knowledge Project. For more resources on digital storytelling, see:

Check out the Digital Storytelling Multimedia Archive, which presents the findings from a cross-campus study on student learning and digital storytelling in the humanities.

Check out the Digital Storytelling Multimedia Archive, which presents the findings from a cross-campus study on student learning and digital storytelling in the humanities. The term “digital story” refers to a type of multimedia project that combines images, video, and audio to explore a particular theme. Faculty in a wide range of disciplines have found that digital story assignments can provide an interesting representation of student learning.

The site includes research on multimedia, social pedagogies, and affective learning;  a grid which synthesizes the project findings; and video interviews with students and faculty from Georgetown and other institutions. Led by Michael Coventry and Matthias Oppermann, this research effort emerged from work done as part of the Visible Knowledge Project.

For more resources on digital storytelling, see: