Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling Survey
October, 2010

In October, 2010, we invited educators from around the world to participate in a digital storytelling survey. In March, 2011, we presented the results of the survey at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

You may access information about our presentation including the results of the survey below.

Abstract:
The purpose of this research study was to determine how educators, students and others around the world are using digital storytelling to support the educational process. This study provides a general framework about educational uses of digital storytelling in different countries and describes the different perceptions of people in different cultures about this technology. An online survey was used to collect responses from a group of educators, students and others in educational settings to determine how they are using digital storytelling for educational purposes. The results show the current situation of educational uses of digital storytelling around the world and explore some of the benefits and challenges educators face in implementing digital storytelling in their institutions.

Paper: Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling Around the World

Data Tables in the Appendices:

Please let us know if you have any questions about this research project.

Dr. Bernard Robin
Associate Professor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
University of Houston
Houston, Texas, USA
Office Phone: 713-743-4952
email: brobin@uh.edu

Dr. Sara McNeil
Associate Professor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
University of Houston
Houston, Texas, USA
Office Phone: 713-743-4952
email: smcneil@uh.edu

Pelin Yuksel
Computer Education and Instructional Technology Department
Middle East Technical University
Ankara, Turkey
email: ypelin@metu.edu.tr

         

     


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