Thursday, September 1, 2011

Transmedia and how it can be used with students

Students are learning to create stories through transmedia, a genre that encompasses video, animation, images and various media all at the same time, the writers of this blog suggest. Laura Fleming, a media specialist and teacher, and John Connell, an education strategist for Cisco, cite the example of Inanimate Alice, a site in which students can interact with the protagonist and help advance her story, which is told through interactive media such as puzzles, games, video and special effects. More from KQED/MediaShift,

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