For those creating DigiMedia, DigiSites, or DigiText, you will love Wordle.net! With Wordle.net, you type in words (about something you want to represent, emphasize, inform, conceptualize, etc.), hit Go, and choose from endless randomizations of images.
I typed in the following key words for Digital Storytelling Best Practices:
Digital Storytelling, Storyboard, Script, Purpose, Inform, Convince, Provoke, Question?, Audience, First Draft, Narration, Point of View, Storyboard, Visual Layout, Background Music, Cohesiveness, Media, Free Media Resources, Organize Components, Record, Tools, iMovie, Final Cut, Windows Movie Maker, Photo Story, Assemble Media, and Edit.
I don’t know about you but just reading the text is BORING!!! But put these words into Wordle.net and these are two of the countless images I could use!!
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Have fun Word-el-ing!!!
And for more information on Digital Storytelling Best Practices, the following are great resources!
Center for Digital Storytelling
Developing Digital Storytelling with Students
The Future of Storytelling
Digital Storytelling Best Practices