UMBC Digital Storytelling Workshop – January 21-22, 2020

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, … Read more

Reminder – Proposals for 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference are due October 15!

This is a reminder that the deadline for proposals for DST2020 is Tuesday, October 15.  Please consider submitting.  If you can’t make it to Loughbourgh note there is an option for virtual participation and presentations. Visit dst2020.org for more information. 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference Story Work for a Just Future: Exploring Diverse Experiences and Methods within … Read more

Maryland Traditions

Maryland Traditions is the folklife program of the Maryland State Arts Council. Since 1974, state-employed folklorists have worked to identify, document, support, and present Maryland folklife through grants, awards, festivals, and other programming. Over the years UMBC faculty and the New Media Studio have worked with Maryland Traditions to produce short films documenting Maryland’s intangible … Read more

DST Conference 2020

‘Story work for a just future’ is the theme of the 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference #DST2020 that will be hosted at Loughborough University from the 30th of March to the 1st of April 2020. The conference is part of a two-year programme of activities organised in collaboration with StoryCenter, UMBC – University of Maryland Baltimore County (US), SCLDA – Smithsonian Center for … Read more