This interactive narrative demonstrates the potential of a social media plug-in for digital storytelling. In this story, see how three characters overcome differences to become better friends.
This interactive story uses photos and sound bites to explain an unlikely love story. It explains how a student’s grandparents fell in love despite coming from very different backgrounds.
This smartphone application
guides users through a series of questions related to the feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys. Find out where your allegiance lies by playing this text-based game.
Imagine creating a cookbook for someone either can’t read or can’t see. Students overcame these obstacles by sharing stories of their users and creating audible recipes for a smartphone interface.
In this text-based murder mystery, viewers evaluate clues to solve the case. The project is made to view on a smart phone.
An alternative reality story is told through videos, blog posts, online news articles, and sound bites. Students tell the story of an uncanny justice team faced with a murder mystery.
A series of blog posts, videos, and newspaper articles tell the story of a forest camping trip gone awry. The plot gets interesting when a group of friends set out to rescue a woman who was abducted by a swamp creature.
This transmedia story uses several different mediums appropriate for each piece of the tale. It follows six college students who are part of a ghost hunters club and attempt to connect with a group member’s late grandfather.
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