The digitally supported literacy (DSL) method works best with material that is relevant and interesting to the learner. This resource comes with templates and instructions for creating further movies using your own material. We have templates for Powerpoint, Keynote for Mac users and a more complex template for FinalCut Pro X (a non linear video editor).
The template was created with funding from AKO Aotearoa’s Southern Regional Hub funding scheme. All files are distributed with the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license and can be freely used for non commercial purposes with attribution to the authors.
You can download the files by clicking on the links below.
DSL template files (download to create your own resources)
Please Note: these files are zipped files and are quite large.Powerpoint DSL Template (558 downloads) Keynote DSL Template (676 downloads) Final Cut Pro X DSL Template (Zip file) (632 downloads)
DSL template manuals (references for the templates above)
These are guides for the use of the templates above. They are not intended as a complete guide to learning the software involved. They outline a workflow for creating DSL resources using the software, pitfalls to watch out for and some limitations inherent in the software.Powerpoint Template Manual (1111 downloads) Keynote Template Manual (681 downloads) Final Cut Pro X Template Manual (1037 downloads)
Project ReportDigitally Supported Learning - Project Report (605 downloads)
You may find it helpful to read about our process in developing the resource.
This is the manual to accompany the five stories that we created in DSL format.Digitally Supported Learning - Tutors Manual (PDF) (2104 downloads)