Week 9 Summary

This week I got to hear my groups radio broadcast online. It was really strange to hear my voice on air. For some odd reason I felt like I was listening to it for the very first time, but I wasn’t. It was magical the way the characters came to  life. Unfortunately, I lost my voice and was not able to go live and talk about my groups radio broadcast. I was fortunate to work with a group of caring and talented students.

Web Storytelling, this was my biggest challenge this week. I had issues learning to use Mozilla X-Ray Goggles tool. After playing with it for a while, I finally figured it out. It was hard to pick a website to remix, but I finally found a book review that worked for me. You can read and see my creative remix at the following link:

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/storytelling-within-the-web-week-9/

Connected Daily Creates, I was not sure if I was going to be able to connect my daily creates this week. After sitting a starring at all four of them, a story did develop using the four daily creates that I did. I really like the Halloween theme this week. I enjoy doing the Daily Creates, they are like a brain break from studying. They are short and simple to create and make me feel like I have done something interesting. You can read my Connected Daily Creates story at the following link:

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/daily-creates-for-week-9/

Web Assignments, I did complete 10 Stars worth of assignments this week. I created  two Pinterest boards. I created a board for a Dream Vacation to beaches around the world. This board also has furniture and beach snacks. Then I created a board for my dream sewing room. While I was creating my dream sewing room, I wanted to actually go to my sewing room to rearrange and reorganize my sewing supplies. Finally, I did Google Draw Something. This is a sight that I shared with my children so they could be creative and draw something without having to get all the supplies out. Here is the link to my Web Assignments blog post:

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/web-assignments-week-9/

This was another fun and interesting week in digital storytelling. It is now time to look at week 10.

 

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