Digital storytelling can be used as a tool in participatory action research. An organization developed to enhance teaching and learning in high schools used this method as a way to collect narratives from the rural community it served. The staff and students who participated in digital storytelling became researchers focused on the personal narrative. Digital storytelling was used to give voice to community members and also to explain policy initiatives that directly affected the community. Digital storytelling was a way for the organization to engage its members in a way that would benefit all stakeholders.
Militello, M., & Guajardo, F. (2013). Virtually Speaking: How Digital Storytelling Can Facilitate Organizational Learning. Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2, 80–91.
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