Session D1: Narratives, Identity and learning – multimodality and the ambiguity of new literacies

Sunday 10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Yngve Nordkvelle, Lillehammer University College and Bjarne Nærum, Telemark University College

D1: Narratives, Identity and learning – multimodality and the ambiguity of new literacies

Storytelling: Educational – Digital – Unlimited?”
How is advancing of meaning-making resources possible in the field of education? Are there necessary limitations of the utilization of digital storytelling? How about the ambiguity of (new) literacies? The contribution aims at conceptual clarifications and their relevance for educational contexts.
By Theo Hug, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Abstract: Hug.T.CSL
Paper (draft): Theo Hug
Presentation: Theo Hug

Poetical multimodality – a multimodal approach to working with literature in teacher education.”
How can digital storytelling and multimodal communication, using the modalities voice/text, sound and pictures, be an instrument for the analysis of poetry?
By Kirsten Linnea Kruse & Kirsti-Nina Frønæs, Telemark University College, Norway
Abstract: Kruse.K.CSL
Presentation: Kirsten Linnea Kruse

READ IT – Training teachers to make READing fun through digITal storytelling”
What is the potential of digital storytelling techniques for the production of  book trailers, as means to develop and improve teachers’ ICT skills through a new teaching and learning approach.
By Iliara Mascitti and Barbara Quarta, Università degli Studi “Guglielmo Marconi” – Telematica, Italy
Abstract: Mascitti.I.CSL
Paper: Marconi and Quarta paper
Presentation: READIT_Mascitti_Quarta

No, I Never Tell My Story”
Poor and Working Class University Students’ Digital Stories of Social Mobility
By Jane A. Van Galen, University of Washington, Bothell
Abstract: VanGalen.J.CSL