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The State of Student Technology: A Webcomic Analysis

By Kevin Hodgson
An innovative and multi-purpose webcomic provides an example of how to: 1) survey and represent data from students about their use of technology and media (mostly outside of school), and 2) document and reflect on one's teaching (and use of digital tools) in a useful format for both students…
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Students Tell Their Stories Digitally

By Joel Elliott
When designing a digital storytelling workshop, it may be easy to forget that it's really about the telling of stories and the writing practices that generate powerful narratives. This piece provides a good conceptual starting point and reminder that in such settings, students are more…
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