How Transmedia Storytelling Can Transform Literacy and Learning
This presentation will introduce you to an exciting new literary form called transmedia storytelling that can serve as a powerful tool for developing 21st century literacy skills. Using an exemplary of that form, Inanimate Alice, you’ll learn how transmedia storytelling can be used in libraries and classrooms to inspire learners of all ages to read, create and imagine in the digital world.
The webinar will address the following questions:
- What is transmedia storytelling?
- How does transmedia storytelling facilitate literacy and learning?
- How can transmedia storytelling be used in libraries and classrooms?
- How does transmedia storytelling align to learning standards (e.g. AASL, Common Core, NETS)
- Develop an understanding of the elements of transmedia storytelling.
- Learn to recognize examples of transmedia storytelling.
- Develop an understanding of how transmedia storytelling facilitates literacy skills.
- Become aware of resources, tools and activities for integrating transmedia storytelling into digital literacy initiatives.
Who Should Attend
- School librarians
- Public librarians
- Academic librarians
- Those involved in school-public library partnerships
- Those involved in state initiatives for digital literacy
Amanda Hovious has worked extensively in public and academic libraries, and is currently working independently as she transitions toward establishing herself as a consultant for the “pedagogy of multiliteracies.” She holds an MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is completing her Masters in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of North Dakota. Recently, Amanda became a member of the Inanimate Alice team, and has written several pieces about the transmedia storytelling project (available here).
How to Register
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Thank you and we look forward to your participation!
Number of seats: 100 max
$40 for ASCLA members
$50 for ALA members
$65 for non-ALA members
$35 for ALA student members and retired members
$99 single login
$38/person multiple logins. (min. 2 people)