Teaching Digital Storytelling: Inspiring Voices through Online Narratives (2024)

From the publisher:

Everyone has a story to tell, and this book will inspire and guide readers to teach and learn through the production of digital narratives. This book presents the stories of educators who through digital storytelling inspire students from diverse communities to construct their empowering digital narratives. Educators from a wide range of disciplines present innovative case studies of teaching digital storytelling through the lens of personal narratives, metaliteracy, and information literacy. (

Aird & Mackey (2024)

Cover of Metaliteracy in a Connected World book.

Mackey & Jacobson (2022)

Metaliteracy in a Connected World: Developing Learners as Producers (2022)

From the publisher:

In this newest book in their series, the authors carefully examine the central role of learners as producers of information, a foundational idea for the metaliteracy framework and one that’s more important than ever in our current media and information environment. They emphasize the active role today’s learners play as individual and collaborative metaliterate producers of information in various forms, including writing, digital stories, digital artifacts, and multimedia productions (