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Storytelling Week 2

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Week 2 

17 Jan - 23 Jan 2021

 

 

OBJECTIVES:

 

Creating objects, adding sound and script to object, animesh

Transmedia Storytelling for TESOL in Open Simulator, Kitely

 

Moderator: Helena Galani

 

Week 2 OUTLINE

 

 

Resources:

 

Wilde & Transmedia Storytelling

 

At Dennis' Dogme garden

 

How to build and texture prims.

 

How to upload images

 

How to upload and add sound to objects

 

Making slide show viewers

 

How to make animesh in Open Sim

 

How to add Media on a prim (MOAP)

 

How to change the Environment settings

 

How to make a Teleporter on Kitely

 

Free Resources and shopping destinations

 

Visiting Locations in Kitely - Task i

 

Brainstorming your Transmedia lesson - Task ii

 

 

 

What is Transmedia Storytelling? What is your experience with it? What building tools can promote it for Education in Virtual Worlds?

"Transmedia storytelling represents a process where integral elements of a fiction get dispersed systematically across multiple delivery channels for the purpose of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience.

Ideally, each medium makes its own unique contribution to the unfolding of the story." Henry Jenkins (2007) first introduced the term in 2003 in the MIT Technology Review magazine

 

Here is a document that can answer a lot of your questions on Transmedia Storytelling.    

 

Helena Galani Transmedia Storytelling

'Autumn' at the Selfish Giant's castle, a simulation on Helena Galani's ELT Treasure Island, Kitely. 

 

Helena Galani Transmedia Storytelling sim

View of the simulation 'The Selfish Giant' as imagined by language learners. 

 

 

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