Guerrilla Literacy Learners
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The Digital Storytelling Lab at Columbia University will design stories for the 21st Century. We build on a diverse range of creative and research practices originating in fields from the arts, humanities and technology. But we never lose sight of the power of a good story. Technology, as a creative partner, has always shaped the ways in which stories are found and told. In the 21st Century, for example, the mass democratization of creative tools -- code, data and algorithms -- have changed the relationship between creator and audience. The Digital Storytelling Lab, therefore, is a place of speculation, of creativity, and of collaboration between students and faculty from across Columbia University. New stories are told here in new and unexpected ways.
is a project within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EC.
T-Story promotes a wider use of the Storytelling and Digital Storytelling in education and training at all levels (formal, non-formal and informal) throughout Europe through a digital course for educators, teachers and trainers. T-Story fosters teachers/educators/trainers knowledge and skills development by using digital storytelling techniques - “learn storytelling through storytelling”.
The target groups have the opportunity to learn and train how to implement the techniques and how to engage their students/trainees taking advantage of the digital potential.
An interesting presentation by Patricia Huion
Something for those who would like to introduce digital storytelling in online courses. The article includes tips how online educators can take advantage of storytelling. Examples of bad storytelling are also highlighted.
Essential Elements of Digital Literacy