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CRITICAL EVALUATION OF A DIGITAL STORY
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___ K-12 Student ___College student ___Educator
What is the title of the digital story you are evaluating?
If it is online, what is the URL? http://____________________________
Part 1: Components of a digital story
As you look at the questions below, put an X in the
“yes” or “no” or N/A column for each question.
Is the topic of the story explained or inferred
during the story?
Is the purpose for the creation of the story
obvious after viewing or listening to the story?
Is the name of creator mentioned or shown?
Is the intended audience for the story understood
after viewing or listening to the story?
Is the information in the story presented in
an organized and logical manner?
If the story contains narration, is it easy to
hear and understand?
If music and video are included in the story, do these
significantly improve the story?
Does the story include information that has
educational value for you?