Alicia’s Zombie Proposal

Zombie Fairbanks: What would you do if Fairbanks was a zombie mecca? Where would you live? How would you survive? How would you save humanity?   For this digital storytelling, I hope to create a story that illustrates how one would survive a zombie apocalypse in Fairbanks, Alaska. This will be achieved by looking at…

Alicia’s Questions for Guests

Danny from Calypso Farm: Is the farm self reliant? If a group of people were to live here, would they ever need to go into town for something? If so what for? Jason Avery from Fairbanks Parks and Recreation: How many out of state visitors do you think visit Pioneer Park each year? Do you…

A few thoughts on digital storytelling

Digital storytelling is a form of conveying a story. As the word digital suggests, the story is told using electronic media. Usually the story is told through a video with a voiceover doing the actual telling. While using a video is not the only way to tell a story digitally, it is the most popular…

Alicia’s Capstone

Revision of Wiki page: Continuing after, “On its official website, the ELO offers this additional definition of electronic literature as consisting of works which are: … Literary performances online that develop new ways of writing.” While the ELO definition incorporates many aspects that are applied in digital literature, the definition lacks any solid guidelines. With…

A Review of PRY: A Novella

The concept of a digital story isn’t a new one to me. I remember being seven years old and playing interactive storybooks on my old desktop Dell. At the time, I wasn’t able to be impressed by the creativeness behind the games and activities that went along with the story, nor was I able to…

Contemplating and Creating My Story

While there are many aspects of writing that I find challenging, I found that for this assignment it was the details of my story that made it difficult. I honestly spent so much time trying to come up with a solid story with strong characters and plot. When it comes to imagining stories, I think…