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How to produce a digital story

France, Derek and Wakefield, Kelly (2011) How to produce a digital story Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 35, (4), pp. 617-623. (doi:10.1080/03098265.2011.560658).

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Modern day students are said to hold a toolbox of technical knowledge, which can assist them with their undergraduate studies. The ‘net generation’ is more technologically capable than ever before and crave interactivity and image-rich environments, which has created a need for higher education institutions to diversify assessment practices. Digital stories (this refers to a collection of still images, audio and video) as a means for assessing Geography undergraduates, lend themselves well to fieldwork activities, and this paper provides practical advice and guidance to students on how to create the best digital stories for assessment.

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Published date: 30 June 2011
Keywords: student assessment, educational technology, e-learning, ict in geography, digital story, podcasting
Organisations: Faculty of Health Sciences


Local EPrints ID: 345575
ISSN: 0309-8265
PURE UUID: 466e771c-7191-4f22-b6a8-2620157a6605

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Date deposited: 26 Nov 2012 10:18
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:08

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Author: Derek France
Author: Kelly Wakefield

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