Scholarly Digital Storytelling Research: Interview Protocols


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Scholarly Digital Storytelling Research

Benmayor, R. (2008). Theorizing through digital storytelling: The art of “writing back” and “writing for.” In R. Bass & B. Eynon (Eds.). The difference that inquiry makes: A collaborative case study on technology and learning from the visible knowledge project.

Bond, M., Marín, V.I., Dolch, C., Bedenlier, S., & Zawacki-Richter, O. (2018). Digital transformation in German higher education: Student and teacher perceptions and usage of digital media. International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 15(1), 1-20.

Burdick, A, Drucker, J., Lunenfeld, P., Presner, T., & Schnapp, J. (2012). Digital humanities. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Chan, B.S.K., Churchill, D., & Chiu, T.K.F. (2017). Digital literacy learning in higher education through digital storytelling approach. Journal of International Education Research, 13(1), 1–16.

Chapman, N. H., & McShay, J. (2017). Digital stories: A critical pedagogical tool in leadership education. In B.T. Kelly & C.A. Kortegast (Eds.), Engaging Images for Research, Pedagogy, and Practice Utilizing Visual Methods to Understand and Promote College Student Development (pp. 135–149). Stylus Publishing.

Clarke, R. & Adam, A. (2012) Digital storytelling in Australia: Academic perspectives and reflections. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 11(1–2), 157–176.

Coventry, M. (2006). Moving beyond “the essay”: Evaluating historical analysis and argument in multimedia presentations. Journal of American History 92(4).

Fletcher, C. & Cambre, C. (2009). Digital storytelling and implicated scholarship in the classroom. Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d’études canadiennes 43(1), 109-130.

Gachago, D., Barnes, V., & Ivala, E. (2015). From consumption to production of knowledge: Using digital storytelling to enhance authenticity of industrial design students’ learning. In V. Bozalek, D. Wood, J. Herrington, J. Hardman, A. Amory, & D. Ng’ambi (Eds.) Activity Theory, Authentic Learning and Emerging Technologies: Towards a Transformative Higher Education Pedagogy (pp. 181–91). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Grant, N., & Bolin, B. 2016. Digital storytelling: A method for engaging students and increasing cultural competency. The Journal of Effective Teaching 16(3), 44-61.

Hydle, I. (2017). The Power of the eye and the ear: Experiences from communicating research with digital storytelling. In G. Jamissen, P. Hardy, Y. Nordkvelle, & H. Pleasants (Eds.), Digital storytelling in Higher Education: International Perspectives (pp. 185–200). Springer International Publishing.

Jamissen, G., Hardy, P., Nordkvelle, Y., & Pleasants, H. (2017). Digital storytelling in higher education: International perspectives. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kearney, M. (2013). Learner-generated digital video: Using ideas videos in teacher education. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 21(3), 321-36.

Kim, H., & Lee, J.H. (2018). The value of digital storytelling as an L2 narrative practice. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 27(1), 1–9.

Koponen, M. (2020). Reflecting transcultural media life studies from the perspectives of media literacies. Learning, Media and Technology 45(2), 151-64. https://doi:10.1080/17439884.2019.1641512.

Kortegast, C., & Davis, J. (2017). Theorizing the self: Digital storytelling, applying theory, and multimodal learning. College Teaching.

Literat, I., Conover, A., Herbert-Wasson, E., Kirsch Page, K., Riina-Ferrie, J., Stephens, R., Thanapornsangsuth, S., & Vasudevan, L. (2018). Toward multimodal inquiry: opportunities, challenges and implications of multimodality for research and scholarship. Higher Education Research and Development, 37(3), 565–578.

Lizarazo, T., Oceguera, E., Tenorio, D., Pedraza, D., & Irwin, R. (2017). Ethics, collaboration, and knowledge production: Digital storytelling with sexually diverse farmworkers in California. Lateral, 6(1).

Meadows, D. (2003). Digital storytelling: Research-based practice in new media. Visual Communication, 2(2): 189-93.

Nesteruk, J. (2015) Digital storytelling: Bringing humanistic inquiry to management studies. Journal of Management Education 39(1): 141–152.

Oppermann, M. (2008). Digital storytelling and American studies: Critical trajectories from the emotional to the epistemological. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 7(2), 171-87.

Peñalba, E.H., Samaniego, C.R.C., & Romero, S.M.A. (2020). Digital storytelling: A tool for promoting historical understanding among college students. Research in Learning Technology, 28, 1–20.

Redecker, C., & Punie, Y. (2017). European framework for the digital competence of educators. European Union Joint Research Council.

Rogers, J. (2017, May 3). Overcoming obstacles: Visually impaired student works with professor to turn digital storytelling assignment into podcast. Mason News.

Salamone, A. (2018). Digital history for visually impaired students: Making learning meaningful. The American Historian.

Schrum, K. (2012). A tale of two goldfish bowls . . . or what’s right with digital storytelling. In D. Cohen & T. Scheinfeldt (Eds.). Hacking the academy: A book crowdsourced in one week. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Schrum, K. (2021). Scholarly digital storytelling: Enhancing academic research and digital literacy. In L. Hays & J. Kammer (Eds). Teaching digital literacy: A faculty guide to integrating digital skills with disciplinary content (pp. 42-55). Stylus.

Schrum, K. (2022). Developing student capacity to produce scholarly digital work. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education

Schrum, K. (2023). “Expanding our pedagogical imagination”: Faculty experiences with technology-enhanced assessment across disciplines. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 17(1).

Schrum, K., & Bogdewiecz, S. (2021). Cultivating research skills through scholarly digital storytelling. Higher Education Research & Development, 41(7): 2382-2394.

Schrum, K., Majury, N., & Simonelli, A.L. (2021). Authentic and transformative learning through scholarly digital storytelling across disciplines and borders. Teaching and Learning Inquiry 9(2): 1-16.

Schrum, K., Majury, N., Simonelli, A. L., & Bogdewiecz, S. (2022). Audience matters: Multimodal projects across three international case studies. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 10, 1-17.

Shuldman, M., & Tajik, M. (2010). The role of media/video production in non-media disciplines: The case of health promotion. Learning, Media and Technology 35(3), 357-62. https://doi:10.1080/17439884.2010.508991.

Singh, J. P. (2014). Development remix: Representing poverty, culture, and agency in the developing world. International Studies Perspectives 15(3): 243–56.

Snelson, C. (2018). Video production in content-area pedagogy: A scoping study of the research literature. Learning, Media and Technology 43(3): 294–306.

Walters, L.M., Green, M. R., Goldsby, D., Walters, T. M., & Wang, L. (2016). Teaching pre-service teachers to make digital stories that explain complex mathematical concepts in a real-world context: The “math-eo” project, creating “cool new tools.” International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 23(4), 129–144.

Walters, L.M. & von Gillern, S. (2018). We learn in the form of stories: How digital storytelling supports critical digital literacy for pre-service teachers.” International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence 9(3): 12–26.

Wu, J., & Chen, D. (2020). A systematic review of educational digital storytelling. Computers and Education 147: 1-14.

Yang, Y.C., & Wan-Chi I.W. (2012). Digital storytelling for enhancing student academic achievement, critical thinking, and learning motivation: A year-long experimental study. Computers & Education 59: 339-52.