Interactivity: A Lesson in Learning

Andrew Baek
William Bottini
Deila Bumgardner
Huy Tran
Lauren Watley
Kim Walker
Stanford University

Interactivity is becoming a gold standard in online courses, which had long been mired in formats that were dry and antiquated. Furthermore, storytelling is often considered a rewarding educational tool for inspiring empathy and sensitivity, yet storytellers rarely integrate current technological trends to tell these stories.

In response, the educational technology group at Stanford School of Medicine has worked toward incorporating interactive storytelling into its projects and courses using a unique production pipeline that aligns with the group’s budget and resources. We are eager to share the lessons we’ve learned, and much more, from our experiences producing these interactive stories.

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