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What is Collaborative Storytelling

Handbook of Research on Education and Technology in a Changing Society
Working with each other to do a task. A process where two or more people work together.
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Technology: Impact on the Practice of Storytelling
Linda Ellington (Palm Beach Atlantic University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-6046-5.ch008
Thousands of years ago storytelling was available primarily in one format, the oral word passed down from generation to generation in order to communicate wisdom. Each of us represents the intersection of many generational stories blending fact and fiction. In the context of a continual search for ways to define, secure, and shape our existence, it is vital to expand the understanding of the evolving forms and applications of storytelling so societies can continue in the tradition of using stories to define, preserve, and shape society (Benjamin, 2006; Sax, 2006). This chapter looks at how technology impacts the practice of storytelling and how it affects not only the relationship with storytelling, the concept of the story itself, but also the practice of collaborative storytelling through the power of technology.
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Digital Storytelling in Language Classes
A kind of digital storytelling by which groups of students work on certain themes to produce and share their stories with others by collaborative technologies such as online story making platforms.
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