Documenting Life Narratives as Digital Video: Anchoring Instruction to Student Documentaries to Reduce Stigma on Campus

By Jason Brent Ellis and Carla Reis Abreu-Ellis.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Article: Electronic $US5.00

Presenters will demonstrate how anchoring instruction to life narratives of individuals with disabilities, in the form of digital video documentaries, can reduce stigma on college campuses.

Keywords: Digital Video, Anchored Instruction, Disabilities, Campus Community

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.75-82. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.062MB).

Dr. Jason Brent Ellis

Jason Ellis is an instructor of assistive technology in the college of education at Bowling Green State University. His research includes such areas as assistive technology use by students with disabilities in Ontario universities and ways of leveling the digital divide through grass-roots community approaches. His current interest in technology use in higher education focuses on destigmatizing disabilities on college campuses through the incorporation of curricular interventions. Mr. Ellis is currently working on his doctoral degree in educational studies at the University of Windsor, Ontario.

Dr. Carla Reis Abreu-Ellis

Carla Abreu-Ellis is a doctoral candidate at Bowling Green State University and a Student Development Specialist at the University of Windsor. Her research interests include disability and student success, assistive technology use in higher education, and student services issues related to retention.


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