|Length||2 hours weekly, for 6 weeks|
|Time||10am - 12 noon Pacific Standard Time/1pm - 3pm Eastern Standard Time|
After 20 years of teaching the face to face version of our Digital Storytelling Workshop, the advent of cloud-based editing makes a fully online version of our well-tested curriculum possible. Over the course of six weeks, guided by experienced StoryCenter facilitators, you will craft and produce a two to four minute digital story based on a 300 word narration script.
This workshop includes:
- Seven Steps of Digital Storytelling Overview
- Story Circle Group Process
- Individual Writing Feedback and Support
- Overview to Recording Voiceovers
- Overview to Approach to Visual Treatment
- Tutorial in WeVideo Basics
- Tutorial in WeVideo Effects and Design
- Support for Editing
- Group Sharing of Draft Stories
Who should attend:
This series is designed for individuals interested in creating their own digital stories; teachers and students creating stories for collaborative projects in educational exchanges close to home or abroad; social service and public health advocates working in new partnerships with local communities via the web; businesses and organizations telling stories about engagement with their clients, or the clients themselves telling their own stories of experience; and many more.
To participate in this workshop, you will need a computer (Mac or PC) with an updated web browser. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. Two weeks before the webinar starts, we will send you instructions on how to prepare, including guidance on brainstorming stories, image selection, and use of video and music. You will also receive instructions on how to join our WeVideo group.