There’s a valuable discount for booking early for the 4th International Conference on Digital Storytelling in Lillehammer in February next year. See you there?
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for October 15th from 12:15 to 12:15: UK adults’ media literacy | Ofcom – Interesting comparisons in this report to previous surveys carried out by OFCOM
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for October 1st from 12:06 to 12:06: Place-Based Digital Storytelling Modules – National Parks of America – As the latest Ken Burns series about National Parks hits the screens on PBS television in the USA a series of web tutorials about place based digital storytelling has been created by [...]
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for June 1st from 12:31 to 12:31: Online video more popular than blogging and social networking – Brand Republic News – Brand Republic – This is a very interesting and revealing piece of reporting. It demonstrates the opportunities presented to digital storytellers. There is an audience out there willing [...]
I spent Friday morning in East Dorset explaining to a group of people in Wimborne Minster how digital storytelling works. These sessions do me as much good as the people I’m presenting to. Somehow it re-ignites my vision for the whole process, and as the group start to tell stories of their own I get [...]
The second digital storytelling workshop for engineers to tell their own stories has been scheduled for the National Media Museum in Bradford. It is essentially for Broadcast Engineers to talk about the events and inspiration that led them into their career. The workshop takes place on three consecutive Mondays. February 9th, 16th and 23rd 2009. [...]
Aberth Digital Storytelling — digital storytelling, participatory media and easing access to mass media This is the blog of Gareth Morlais. Gareth was the guy who showed me my first Digital Story back in 2001. It was made in one of the pilot workshops of the BBC Capture Wales project, which has sadly just closed [...]