Digital Storytelling Workshop

Briefly describes the rationale behind the digital storytelling workshop organized by Helen Dempster and Nevin Massing at Douglas College. Includes the benefits to students in creating digital stories.

Created and narrated by Marilyn Smitshoek. Developed as part of the Learning Disabilities and Whole Life Learning Project.

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