Faculty members is many disciplines have applied digital storytelling methods in their teaching in creative ways. In these interviews they discuss their work and how DS has impacted their classrooms.
Digital Storytelling @ UMBC
This short video documents the “Train the Trainers” workshop conducted by the Center for Digital Storytelling at UMBC in 2008.
Dr. Nicole King, Chair of American Studies, talks about using digital stories at various levels and in the “Baltimore Traces” project.
Michelle Stefano, Visiting Professor of American Studies and Acting Director of Maryland Traditions discusses using digital stories as a visual method in exploring the cultural heritage of the Baltimore area.
Dr. Joby Taylor, Director of the Shriver Center’s Peaceworker Program talks about using digital stories to reflect on service and experiences abroad.
Denise Meringolo, Associate Professor of History talks about using digital storytelling to explore public history in Baltimore communities
Ana Oskoz, Associate Professor of Modern Languages discusses using digital stories in introductory and advanced language classes
Susanna Sutton, Lecturer in German talks about using digital storytelling in a collaborative community project linking students with german immigrants.
Paul Iwancio, New Media Studio producer and instructor talks about his use of rubrics in his new course, Media and Communication Studies Multimedia Literacy Lab.
Dr. Jason Loviglio, Director of Media and Communication Studies talks about the faculty workshop experience and the importance of digital storytelling in the MCS curriculum.
Heather Linville, Director of the English Language Center talks about assessment and digital storytelling in ELC classes.
Doug Hamby, Director of the Linehan Art Scholars Program discusses using digital storytelling as a first year experience for Linehan students.
Dr. Constantine Vaporis, Professor of History discusses digital stories in his honor course “Constructing the Samurai”