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Digital Story Books

I am so excited about all of the things I have learned this semester in UDSNF12, but this is by far one of my favorite things that I have done! After making a meme using Flickr and a meme generator, I was inspired to create something from that meme. So, I used my iPad and the StoryKit app to make this digital story book.The message I hope my digital story conveys is that learning through social media is extremely important. I hope you enjoy the tale!

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2 comments on “Digital Story Books

  1. […] Digital Story Books. See how I used StoryKit to create a very important message! […]

  2. Loved the zombie story! I just downloaded storykit for my iPad. Great job!

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