This presentation covers how to build and assess multimodal assignments, as well as provides numerous examples of student projects.
Multimodal Projects: assignments that require students to create in multiple types of media and genres; as a result, these projects appeal to multiple learning styles while encouraging students to mix creative endeavors with critical inquiry
Pixton: a user-friendly and customizable online tool that allows students to create digital comics and graphic novels
Instagram: a photo-focused social media network and an ideal venue for photographic ethnography projects
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