This graduate course emphasizes storytelling theory and applications within digital formats.
One of the oldest instructional methods, storytelling is used across sectors to build upon case-based reasoning that engaged the learner through the analysis of personal experience. The course paints broad-brush strokes providing opportunities for the students to perceive oral and digital forms of storytelling in multiple constructs: cultural, methods, strategies, and purposes.
The course is outlined on this site and includes a number of resources and examples.
Table of Contents:
- IST 5883 Storytelling as Instructional Method Home
- About the Course
- Course Map
- Helpful Links and Resources
- Storytelling Examples
Via Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)