Narrative Inqiury and Digital Storytelling

As of December 18, 2006, there is a Handbook of Narrative Inquiry: Mapping a Methodology! This 750 page handbook is the first comprehensive resource for those who are interested in narrative research. I have not had a chance to review it, but I will in the upcoming months and post more of a reaction. You can pre-order it at Amazon, but given the $125 price tag, you may want to wait for or encourage the local college/university library to purchase a copy.

At this point, let me suggest that narrative inquiry provides a strong potential theoretical framework for the use of digital narrative and digital storytelling for and as research. If you are a graduate student interested in considering such possibilities, I encourage you to get a copy of Narrative Inqiry: Experience and Story in Qualitative Research by Clandinin and Connelly, published in 2004. I consider it to be a seminal text in the field of Narrative Inquiry, adding a measure of order and clarity to what seemed to be much more fragmented prior to the its publication.

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About Bernard Bull

Dr. Bernard Bull is an author, host of the MoonshotEdu Show, professor of education, AVP of Academics, and Chief Innovation officer. Some of his books include Missional Moonshots: Insights and Inspiration for Educational Innovation, What Really Matters: Ten Critical Issues in Contemporary Education, The Pedagogy of Faith (editor), and Adventures in Self-Directed Learning. He is passionate about futures in education, educational innovation, alternative education, and nurturing agency and curiosity.