Did you know that Microsoft Powerpoint can be used to create photo-based digital narratives, combining images, audio, text and even animation or transitions? The completed slideshow can be exported as a video file to post online or easily share.
Professor Keiko Konoeda's first year Japanese students recently took advantage of this technology. After collecting portfolios of their audio recordings in ella throughout the semester, the students reflected on their progress and created self-introductory digital narratives using Powerpoint as a final project. The students' engagement with the language and sense of accomplishment was clear when they presented their narratives in a digital "poster session" for classmates in the LRC on Monday, December 10.
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