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Welcome to the Narrative Workshop Wiki!


This wiki is designed to support the Teaching Narrative using Digital Media Workshop that ran as part of the Narrative and Multimodality Symposium, 27-28 April, 2007, Birmingham UK (View photos from the event). The wiki is now free for anyone from the PALA community to use, and to edit if they wish.


The side bar acts as a table of contents.  If the 'quick start' tab is showing instead, just choose the 'side bar' tab to navigate between the different pages.


If you are new to using the wiki, check out the How to use the wiki page first, and feel free to have a play in the SandBox where you can try out different ideas before contributing to the main 'workshop' pages.


To begin with, please put a brief bio about yourself on the Bios page, then feel free to get started on the 'workshop' pages.


You will see that the pages relate to different strands of the workshop.  Do browse across them and use the pages to share your ideas about how digital narratives can be used in teaching, and feel free to add your own links or resources.


The wiki will remain in use for the forseeable future.  I hope to broaden this into a more extensive tool that can be adapted for use in other narrative contexts, so please do feel free to email me with comments, suggestions and general feedback.


Ruth Page

May 2007




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