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Frankl, V. E. (1946/2006). Man’s Search for Meaning. UK: Beacon Press.

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  • TITLE: Digital Renaissance: The Creative Potential of Narrative Technology in Education

    AUTHORS: Tony Hall

    KEYWORDS: Creativity; Education; Narrative; Storytelling; Educational Technology

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.3 No.1, February 22, 2012

    ABSTRACT: This paper outlines research which explores the potential of narrative technology: the synergy of storytelling and computing to enhance creativity and creative education. The paper outlines the theoretical basis of the research: n?ogenic narrative, which is informed by contemporary debates and themes in the educational sciences. These include narrativity and storytelling in education; and positive and humanistic psychology. Furthermore, from an empirical/practical perspective, a number of examples of narrative technology are presented and discussed. These exemplify the principal ways in which narrative technology has been deployed in the research-enhanced teaching outlined in this paper: as both a pedagogical, and as a reflective methodology. The paper concludes with insights regarding the deployment of narrative technology to enhance creativity and creative education; and how the synergy of storytelling and computing is potentially affording new possibilities for a digital renaissance in education and educational technology.