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Digital Storytelling

An overview of the creative process of Digital Storytelling, providing examples of digital stories and an introduction to creative tools. This guide also includes notes on Data Visualization.

What is Digital Storytelling?

Digital Storytelling is the process of using digital methods to share academic and personal stories in a unique and creative way. Methods used by digital storytellers can range from the very basic to the very involved, and can consist of audio, visual, and multimedia components, depending on the content.

Digital stories make use of styles and tools that increase a scholar's capacity to share materials, offer the opportunity to address a wider audience, and encourage preservation of collected data. 

Examples of digital stories (data-driven videos, research-oriented podcasts, etc...) can be found on the left side of this page.


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Jasmine Clark
The Loretta C. Duckworth Scholars Studio
Charles Library
1330 Polett Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19122