StoryCorps already has a powerful archive of interviews and stories from real life, every day folks. Now there is an app for mobile devices that allows users to plan and record their own StoryCorps interviews.
Hernandez's slidedeck from ISTE 2015 provides the essentials behind digital storytelling as well as examples in practice. Hernandez shows how such techniques can be used in the humanities through the STEM disciplines. He is also an engaging educator online and his contact information is included.
Documentary from Kirby Ferguson who argues everything in our culture today is just remixing and mashing up of what has come before. Part of the documentary project called for audience interactivity in remixing the documentary itself, which poses an interesting question for students in any class to consider remixing the content of a lesson or activity.
Blogger Adam Mordecai often uses time stamping notes to help sign post the story within the videos he links and comments upon at Upworthy.com. Consider how you might use tools such as Vidnot.es, YouTube or other annotation tools to enhance the story or comprehension of the story.
Elisa Kreisinger delivers fantastic examples of taking parts and pieces of a whole, cutting it up, putting it together and reshaping the point of view. What if our students took news clips and remixed them to change the narrative?