DST Conference 2020 Postponed

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It is with great disappointment that we write to inform you of the postponement the DST 2020 Conference due to take place between 30th March and 1st April. As a committee, we have sought guidance from World Health Organisation announcements, the UK government’s current and planned future position on the outbreak in the UK, and the rapidly … Read more

Proceedings of the International Digital Storytelling Conference DST 2018 now available

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Current Trends in Digital Storytelling: Research & Practices We would like to inform you that the digital publication of the DST2018 Conference Proceedings, edited by Andreas Moutsios-Rentzos, Andreas Giannakoulopoulos and Michalis Meimaris, has been published. The e-book in pdf format is available online at the official DST2018 Conference website, at the page Proceedings: https://dst.ntlab.gr/2018/proceedings/ The … Read more

CFP: 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference

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Story Work for a Just Future Exploring Diverse Experiences and Methods within an International Community of Practice  9th International Digital Storytelling Conference Monday the 30th of March – Wednesday the 1st of April 2020 Loughborough University, UK dst2020.org   Call For Papers and Presentation Proposals We invite you to join us at Loughborough University, UK, … Read more

Dr. Antonia Ligouri – From Personal to Collective

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On February 7 2019,   Dr. Antonia Ligouri spoke at UMBC at an event sponsored by the Dresher Center.  Dr. Ligouri is a Lecturer in Applied Storytelling School of the Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough University, UK and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow at the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access. Antonia works extensively … Read more

Digital Storytelling in Higher Education: International Perspectives

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Editors: Jamissen, G., Hardy, P., Nordkvelle, Y., Pleasants, H. (Eds.) Included in the book is chapter highlighting UMBC’s community of practice by Beverly Bickel, Bill Shewbridge, Romy Huber and Ana Oskoz: “Building collaboration and community engagement through Digital Storytelling.” This book broadens the scope and impact of digital storytelling in higher education. It outlines how to teach, research and … Read more

Catonsville Nine 50 Years On

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In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Catonsville Nine action, students in MCS Production Fellows worked with community members and UMBC’s Shriver Center to produce three oral history videos. The videos were screened during commemorative events in Catonsville on May 5, 2018. Dave Eberhardt was one of the participants in the Baltimore Four action … Read more