Nel bellissimo blog di NeverEndingSearch leggo di una nuova tecnologia per raccontare storie
Si chiama VoiceThread e ecco come ce la racconta Joyce Valenza nel suo blog
VoiceThread (courtesy of my colleague Ken Rodoff) inspires a new brand of digital storytelling. Storytellers can easily share their own stories (or voice threads or text comments) around any posted image. One of the points is: a single photograph, capturing a single moment, can really represent multiple stories. This site can collect those stories. Users can zoom in and out of images. The images of the storytellers appear around the images. And for newbies, the very effective tutorials are themselves VoiceThreads.
The examples on the site are fabulous and will inspire many educators–a story about Flat Stanley’s journey, multiple takes on a very odd and old family photograph, Web 2.0 educators meet on a map of the world.
As a former American Memory Fellow, this site adds potential new dimensions for the creative analysis of historical photographs, maps, and artifacts.
I may play around with creating tutorials on it over the summer, but I can’t wait to use this with classes next year!