Call for Submissions – Best Digital Storytelling Projects

For quite a while I’ve been thinking about writing an ebook on digital storytelling. Like my other ebooks, this one will be free for people to view and download as long as they don’t try to sell it. In thinking about the framework of the ebook, I realized that although I have a lot to say on the technical aspects of digital storytelling my examples of digital storytelling projects are limited to my classroom and a few other examples that I’ve picked up at conferences and through reading blog posts over the years. Therefore, I’ve decided to put out a call for submissions for what will tentatively be titled, Digital Storytelling in the Classroom. How to and Best Practices.

Would you like to contribute?
If so, please send me an elevator pitch describing the project along with what you and your students learned from the project. Tell me what insight you can offer to other teachers about designing and assessing digital storytelling projects. Please let me know what grade you teach. If your pitch is selected, I’ll ask you for a roughly 1,000 words plus images (if available) contribution to the ebook. My hope is to select three examples from elementary school, middle school, and high school teachers for a total of nine best examples. Send your pitch to me at richardbyrne (at) and please put “digital storytelling submission” in the subject line. Please contact me by November 8. 
If your submission is selected it will be included in the free ebook. You will also have space for an author bio within which you can link to your blog/ website/ wiki/ social media profiles. And, of course, you will receive a digital copy of the ebook. 
My goal is to publish the ebook in early December.

Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!