Presentation Type

Presentation

Conference Track

Online Only Information Literacy Instruction

Description

The University of Washington Libraries have been offering a totally online workshop in digital storytelling for graduate students. We developed this workshop because we believe grad students--especially ones in online, fee-based programs--are underserved on our campus. In putting together this workshop and revising it via iteration, we have relied on grad-student workers in our Libraries who have served on our teaching team to co-create course content, co-facilitate live sessions, and co-manage student engagement. In a presentation, we--along with grad students--would like to share the evolution of this program and speak about the value of student labor.

Learning Outcomes

By attending this presentation you will learn about the following:

  • How to set up a totally online digital-storytelling workshop

  • How to revise such a workshop through reflection, experimentation, and iteration

  • The value of grad-student work in the development of such a workshop

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Start Date

29-3-2019 10:15 AM

End Date

29-3-2019 11:00 AM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/28018

Subjects

Storytelling -- Computer network resources, Oral communication -- Digital techniques, Digital communications, University of Washington -- Graduate students, Internet in higher education

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Totally Online Digital Storytelling: A Workshop Developed By and For Grad Students

The University of Washington Libraries have been offering a totally online workshop in digital storytelling for graduate students. We developed this workshop because we believe grad students--especially ones in online, fee-based programs--are underserved on our campus. In putting together this workshop and revising it via iteration, we have relied on grad-student workers in our Libraries who have served on our teaching team to co-create course content, co-facilitate live sessions, and co-manage student engagement. In a presentation, we--along with grad students--would like to share the evolution of this program and speak about the value of student labor.