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Digital storytelling as an educational dialectic model: results from a project on contemporary forms of Odyssey

Abstract : Technological improvements offer new forms of communication and self-expression. Their use can sometimes leads to undesirable statements, exclusions and isolations, human rights violations and undemocratic practices. In recent years, digital storytelling methodology has become increasingly popular as a multimedia storytelling educational process, both creative and educational, that encourages critical thinking and democratic behavior. Starting from a research-creation project in the framework of an IDEFI-CreaTIC workshop dedicated to the Odyssey, editorialized and remediated through the collections of the French National Library in collaboration with the University of Athens, we will expose in a critical way the question of digital storytelling and we will advance the hypothesis that this methodology, both participative and innovative, has a dimension of democratic education that touches the mutations of freedom expression in the digital age.
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Michael Meimaris, Evika Karamagioli, Arnaud Laborderie. Digital storytelling as an educational dialectic model: results from a project on contemporary forms of Odyssey. Humanisme numérique : valeurs et modèles pour demain ?, Oct 2016, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01709100⟩

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