We probably all associate a favorite quote to people we listen to and read. For better or worse. “Well intentioned paperwork” is my favorite from Jason Ohler. He uses it to describe most of our “traditional” assignments and assessments. I bring this up because I am beginning to teach my 9th section of Digital Storytelling for the Discovery Education/Wilkes U. masters program. Students have begun to post their first reflections on this week’s assigned textbook reading from Jason’s Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning, and Creativity. I highly recommend that book to you too if you are looking for a good read on digital storytelling that pretty much covers all the bases in a very practical way. And while I look forward to 7 weeks of reflections from my grad students that begin something like, “As Ohler says on Pg….,” I anxiously anticipate even more the videos that will “resonate” with their classmates and eventually get their own students resonating.