The techniques of digital storytelling have become popular in classrooms as a means of self-expression and developing digital literacy skills. In addition, digital storytelling can foster relationships in communities and help to address issues of equity, inclusion, and social justice.
Are you interested in learning the skill of digital storytelling for use in your teaching, research, or work? Join us for a two-day workshop January 21-22, 10am to 4pm.
This workshop is open to UMBC faculty, staff, graduate students and Inclusion Imperative visiting faculty.
This workshop Includes:
- Introduction to the process of Digital Storytelling
- Story development in a group story circle process
- Script writing and voice recording
- Digital editing skill development and support
- Group story screening
- Tips for teaching DS in your classroom or other settings
- Lunch both days
NOTE: This workshop is currently full. You may still register here to be placed on the waitlist. We will let you know if space becomes available.
We request that you only RSVP if you are certain that you will be able to attend.
Bring a laptop if you have one. iMacs are also available for your use in the lab.
We will email with workshop details closer to the date. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Digital Storytelling and Civic Action in Higher Education working group and the Inclusion Imperative Humanities Teaching Labs.