Introduction to the Scholarship of Discovery

  • Grete Jamissen
Part of the Digital Education and Learning book series (DEAL)


The aim of this section of the book is to discuss the opportunities and challenges connected to digital storytelling in relation to research primarily in two contexts: as a mode of collecting and analysing data and as a form for communicating results and sharing knowledge.


Child Welfare Service Digital Storytelling Digital Story Epistemic Injustice Closed Narrative 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Grete Jamissen
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  1. 1.Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied SciencesOsloNorway

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