Digital storytelling is the process of telling a story using video, images, audio, music, geospatial applications, and any other digital media.
In the case of scholarly digital storytelling, you will be presenting research using video, images, audio, music, geospatial applications, and any other digital media.
Digital Storytelling and Science
Neurological studies have show that non-narrative writing only engages the part of the brain that controls understanding. Stories, meanwhile, engage the brain as if the listener were actually there. Humans are built for narrative, and one of the best ways for scientists to effectively communicate their research and findings to those outside the field is through finding ways to communicate their work as a story.