Good list, but we in ND also need to generate our own list. https://electricliterature.com/lets-get-to-work-practical-ways-for-writers-and-teachers-to-get-involved-right-now-79d6d6b9af29#.5cl3m0lsl
A wonderful set of rules for our digital storytelling activities.
A fabulously constructed informative and argumentative video.
I needed to write a post yesterday morning. I had on my desk a few ideas from articles I had cut out of newspapers, suggestions that friends and family had sent to me, and pieces from a chapter on donors that I had drafted and wanted to try out on my blog.
Before I decided which of these items I would expand into a post, I checked my website to see how many views I had overnight, what comments had come in and whether they needed responses from me, and, of course, dumping the spam that had collected overnight. I also checked to see who had clicked onto the site for that is a way I find out who is reading posts and a chance for me to pick up different ideas. And that is how I found today’s post. One reader had downloaded my monthly cartoon feature on technology…
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Cool literacy “narrative” concept: a love letter to literacy. The organization is asking for letters, stories, poems, pictures, videos, or what ever format the creator wants to use.
A 400-word blog post (don’t call it an essay) from Adam Copeland, Concordia faculty member, NDSU doctoral candidate in English.
Just came across this storyboarding tool; lots of examples and K-12 applications.