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Paul Bass Talks Local Journalism

This morning – our second to last day of class in Digital Storytelling – we had a class-wide Skype session with Paul Bass, editor and publisher of the… 455 more words

Journalism

The Problem with Kintsugi as a Self-Improvement Metaphor

This week a student in Erik Scollon‘s “Craft as Social Justice” course truly inspired me with her project on the ethics and aesthetics of mending. 302 more words

Teaching And Learning Ingenuity

Digital Storytelling

“Your tale, sir, would cure deafness.”
William Shakespeare, The Tempest

Our life involves many changes and emotional fluctuations, sometimes renouncement and grief. In particular, grieving experiences open up an empty space in our minds and can inhibit us from dealing with our emotions. 

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Digital Storytelling

There is more to Storytelling than Print: Our culture has evolved.

Since Amazon revolutionised modern publishing with the introduction of the first e-reader, the Kindle, the modern day reader has seen the ignition of a digital publishing fire that appears, years later, to still be far away from extinguishable. 1,339 more words

Is Virtual Reality the Future of Children’s Books?

Immersing yourself into a story may take on an entirely new meaning for children in the future. With developments of Google Cardboard and Samsung Bedtime VR stories, virtual reality (VR) seems to be the “next big thing” that storytellers are beginning to explore. 1,628 more words

Assembling the Fragments: Your Final Digital Story Project

Over the course of this semester, we’ve explored a variety of new and different approaches to storytelling in the digital age. The goal of the final project is to take this exploration one step further, to assemble these narrative techniques into one, cohesive story. 772 more words

Digital Storytelling

Podcasting: The Future of Storytelling

According to Forbes Magazine, podcasting is the future of storytelling. A podcast consists of a collection of digital files which is distributed via the Internet, typically using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players, computers, phones, etc. 341 more words

Mobile Journalism