Design recommendations for the development of a Digital Storytelling mobile application

Rubegni, E. and Colombo, L. and Landoni, M. (2013) Design recommendations for the development of a Digital Storytelling mobile application. In: BCS-HCI '13 Proceedings of the 27th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference :. ACM.

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This paper focuses on the educational benefits of Digital Storytelling (DST) in the context of a primary school and on the importance of a DST application that supports teaching strategies and pedagogical objectives (as defined by the school curriculum). The work presented here is part of a 4-year longitudinal study aimed at understanding how to design an application that supports collaborative DST as educational practice in schools with children aged 6 to 11. In this paper, we describe how a typical case study has been conducted and how we used the Narrative Activity Model (NAM) as a framework to guide the activity analysis and to organize our findings. The result is a set of users' needs and guidelines for the development of an innovative DST application to be used in a formal learning context. © The Authors.

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