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Public Workshops

Introduction to Digital Storytelling in Education Webinar

Emily Paulos

Whether you are an educational technologist, an educator working in language arts and humanities, the social sciences, natural sciences, or community education for youth and adults, or someone who plays an educational role for your organization or institution, digital storytelling is an incredibly powerful way for you to foster your creativity, engage communities, transform your perspective, and support you in reflecting upon learning and life process. 

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Education Webinar Intensive

Ary Smith

The Digital Storytelling in Education Intensive offers two-hour webinar sessions on a variety of topics, presented each afternoon for one week, Monday through Friday. Registration is available for the 5-part package only. 

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Making WeVideo Movies in Educational Settings

Ary Smith

With the emergence of WeVideo, the first effective cloud-based video editor, we believe we have found the best editing tool ever for educators. WeVideo is cross platform, easy-to-use, well supported, affordable, and encourages collaboration between students, and between instructors and students. This workshop is not just a series of hands on software training tutorials, but a close look on using digital video training as a creative learning environment in and of itself.

 

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Education Webinar Series

Emily Paulos

Digital storytelling and participatory media are powerful tools for communication, expression, and engagement in today's classrooms. For the past 20 years, StoryCenter has been supporting educators in utilizing first person narrative and digital media production in both formal and informal education contexts, including K-12 classrooms, higher education, libraries, museums, and other educational settings.

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Introduction to Digital Storytelling in Public Health Webinars

Emily Paulos

Storytelling can be a valuable tool for public health researchers and practitioners. Our StoryWork methods support local community members in sharing first-person narratives and turning them into videos that can be used for training, community mobilization, advocacy, and more. These free, one-hour webinars offer participants a broad introduction to our work in public health, and an understanding of how our public health partnerships work.

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Public Health Webinar Series

Emily Paulos

Storytelling and participatory media are powerful, multi-dimensional tools for public health research, strategic communication, community mobilization, and advocacy. For the past 20 years, StoryCenter has been supporting academics, community practitioners, and advocates in understanding how first person narrative and digital media production can advance a broad range of public health and social justice goals.

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Introduction to Digital Storytelling Webinar

Emily Paulos

Finding a story to share is a journey, often not an easy one. Yet sharing experiences about our lives is immensely rewarding and may even reveal unexpected outcomes. This free webinar is the first step of your unique digital storytelling journey, and a gateway to further explorations of image, sound, and digital media.

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WeVideo Webinar

Emily Paulos

After 20 years of teaching the face to face version of our Digital Storytelling Workshop, the advent of cloud-based editing has made it possible for us to support a fully online version of our well-tested workshop. Over the course of six weeks, experienced StoryCenter facilitators will guide you in crafting and producing a 2-4 minute digital story based on a 300 word narration script.

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The Digital Storytelling Workshop

Emily Paulos

Since the development of our three day workshop model in the early 1990s, we have helped some 20,000 people conceive and create their first digital story. The genre, a 2-4 minute short video – deeply personal, elegantly presented – has become a new form of communication, ideal for the social media world we now inhabit. Come to where the digital storytelling movement began, and experience the transformative power of digital storytelling!

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Image and Story

Emily Paulos

Our traditional model of digital storytelling tends to emphasize facilitative process and a singular approach to writing over the development of a visual narrative and “ways of looking” in relation to media production. This workshop puts image and design in the spotlight, focusing on the use of visual communication in digital storytelling. For those familiar with StoryCenter's digital storytelling model, the workshop is a chance to re-consider central premises of the process while exploring visual creativity. For those new to our methods, it's a chance to experience an innovative approach to media-making.

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iOStory

Emily Paulos

The mobile media revolution has changed the world. 500 million people have iOS devices that can capture image, video, and sound that can be refined, edited, and shared from anywhere at anytime.  Using mobile media allows for flexibility in conceiving, producing, and editing stories on the fly.  This 2-day workshop adapts the Digital Storytelling Workshop curriculum to enable participants to explore tools for iPhone photography and video editing. Participants produce two- to three-minute personal video stories on the iPhone platform.

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Digital Storytelling Facilitators' Retreat

Emily Paulos

At StoryCenter, we believe that facilitators must possess considerable expertise across multiple content areas in order to successfully guide people through the process of creating digital stories at the highest level of creative, educational, and ethical consideration. Our Digital Storytelling Facilitators’ Retreat is designed for those who are interested in acquiring foundational skills for assisting at or leading digital storytelling workshops. The Facilitator's Retreat offers personalized skills assessment and focused opportunities for participants to develop their capabilities in chosen content areas (story content, visual design, facilitation of individual and group processes, and technology teaching). 

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Introduction to StoryWork Webinar

Emily Paulos

What is StoryWork? This one-hour webinar offers participants an introduction to the use of story in their personal and professional lives, and discussion of the transformative potential of story for individuals, organizations, and communities.

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StoryWork Seminar

Emily Paulos

Sometimes a story is just waiting to be told, but you need some help to unearth its meaning and purpose, tone and focus, word choice and style. This one-day workshop is an in-person introduction to StoryWork: no media, no technology, just you, your words, and your voice.

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The Writers' Group

Emily Paulos

Building off of his two decades of research into story, personal work, and writing process, StoryCenter's founder and Executive Director Joe Lambert has developed a unique online writing workshop for anyone interested in exploring voice, concept, and genre in creative writing. Joe’s 2014 book, Seven Stages: Story and the Human Experience, serves as the framework for the course, which develops participants’ narrative and writing skills while exploring the stories each person brings.

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StoryWork Facilitation

Emily Paulos

Holding a space for deep listening and transformational learning is sometimes a calling, but it is also a skill that can learned and assessed.  This two-day workshop offers participants tools and practice in facilitating Storywork.  More than ever, we need our helping professionals, our teachers, our leaders; to understand how to listen and support the emergence of voice. 

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