Digital Storytelling

Through the computer science course, Digital Storytelling, I learned a large amount of digital skills that I then applied to my job at the Digital Knowledge Center on campus at the University of Mary Washington.

Working with a design is so fun for me, and I have even found it applicable in everyday situations, such as putting up decorations for a club party. In DS106, I worked with design and created my own magazine and book covers. Here is a complete list of all the design creations I made over the course of the semester.

Along the lines of design, I worked on taking and editing photos. Here is a collection of my photography and my image editing, and below you’ll find a sample of my photography.


Here is a collection of all the audio assignments I created. I had so much fun making these projects that I spent a great deal of time on them.

Below, you’ll find a project I created by layering and editing audio with Audacity


I also learned to create video using Movie Maker, iMovie, and a little bit of Adobe. This collection of my video creations shows both my creative and my humorous sides. Here is a sample of work I am proud of:

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