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Digital Storytelling Tools for Nonprofit Organizations

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New digital tools are emerging every day, making it easier for your nonprofit to tell its story online. From curation to publishing, if you’re looking to share a story, there’s an app, website or tool that can help you do it. This presentation covers the principles of good storytelling, provide examples of successful nonprofit digital storytelling, and reviews both the popular as well as some of the more unusual-but-useful online storytelling tools including PicMonkey, Visual.ly, ThingLink, Storify, mapping, Dippity, Vine, Animoto, and others.

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    1. 1. * Digital Storytelling Tools The One and Only Storytelling/Digital Tools/ Speed Dating Mashup Mass Nonprofit Network Annual Conference 2013 October 29, 2013 *
    2. 2. * TODAY’S WORKSHOP Why stories? What’s in a good story? Digital storytelling TOOLS 5 stories you have right now Speed Dating! Report-backs and sharing *
    3. 3. About Debra Askanase Former nonprofit executive director, program manager, community organizer Deep passion for movementbuilding and change organizations Digital Engagement Strategist debra@communityorganizer20.com 3
    4. 4. All day long, we tell stories *Personal stories and gossip make up 65% of our daily conversations http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-secrets-of-storytelling
    5. 5. When we are told a story, we also empathetically experience the story http://lifehacker.com/5965703/the-science-of-storytelling-why-telling-a-story-is-the-most-powerfulway-to-activate-our-brains
    6. 6. When we hear a story, we try to relate it to one of our existing experiences
    7. 7. We remember stories because we empathetically experience them http://lifehacker.com/5965703/the-science-of-storytelling-why-telling-a-story-is-the-most-powerful-way-to-activate-our-brains
    8. 8. Our brains process stories differently Read numbers, lists, te xt Decoding Experiencing Read/hear stories http://lifehacker.com/5965703/the-science-of-storytelling-why-telling-a-story-is-the-most-powerful-way-to-activate-our-brains
    9. 9. * Elements of a Strong Story Long form or short, they all have a few similar elements *
    10. 10. A strong digital story… • • • • • • • Has a relatable “main character” Simplifies a complex idea to its essence Elicits an emotion Creates a connection with the audience Gives the audience one strong message Inspires action Has a story arc *a good story can also be very, very simple and brief!
    11. 11. Or offer small moment stories that connect emotionally, and convey a message
    12. 12. Simple storytelling through crowdsourced stories http://whoneedsfeminism.tumblr.com/
    13. 13. Stories help your nonprofit: Explain a complex problem Spread the news Raise money http://www.flickr.com/photos/54665509@N00/2226574367/
    14. 14. * 4 Types of Stories You Have Right NOW Founding/Founder’s stories Our People stories What You Do stories Impact stories …and creative ways to show them *
    15. 15. * FOUNDER’S STORY: QUOTE/PHOTO http://www.volunteermatch.org/nonprofits/stories/spotlight.jsp?id=91 *
    16. 16. * FOUNDER’S STORY: TIMELINE * http://visionspring.org/founders-story/
    17. 17. * OUR PEOPLE STORIES: VIDEO http://invisiblepeople.tv/ *
    18. 18. * OUR PEOPLE STORIES: PHOTOS * http://collection.peacecorps.gov/cdm/landingpage/collection/p9009coll11
    19. 19. * OUR PEOPLE STORIES http://www.volunteermatch.org/volunteers/stories/index.jsp *
    20. 20. * WHAT YOU DO STORIES: VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST54gqOogLE *
    21. 21. * WHAT YOU DO STORIES: VIDEO Believeinbrookliinekids.org *
    22. 22. * WHAT YOU DO STORIES: STORIFY *
    23. 23. * IMPACT STORIES: MAPS Charitywater.org *
    24. 24. * IMPACT STORIES: INFOGRAPHIC http://www.charitywater.org/annual-report/12/ *
    25. 25. HOW SPLASH.ORG COMBINES THEM ALL * *
    26. 26. Share the story you want to tell 3 minutes per person, then switch
    27. 27. * Digital Storytelling Tools and apps! *
    28. 28. Timely Interactive Crowdsourced Easy to amplify & share Digital Storytelling is different http://www.flickr.com/photos/64251830@N00/424716302/
    29. 29. • YouTube • Animoto • Vimeo • Vine Curated Storytelling • Infographi cs • Maps • Dipity • Visual.ly • Mindmaps • ThingLink Video Storytelling • Instagram • Pinterest • Flickr • Tumblr • Jpeg • Tag galaxy Data Viz Storytelling Static Photo Storytelling Families of Visual Storytelling • Storify • Scoop.it • Kontribune • Paper.li • Twitter
    30. 30. * Static Photo Storytelling Instagram Pinterest Flickr Tumblr PicMonkey *
    31. 31. Instagram * Search Instagram with web.stagram.com
    32. 32. Instagram
    33. 33. Tumblr – visual blogging
    34. 34. Tumblr
    35. 35. Curated Flickr tags – Taggalaxy.de http://www.taggalaxy.de/
    36. 36. Photoshop for the rest of us
    37. 37. Foodlifeline.org photo
    38. 38. * Data Viz Storytelling Infographics Mapping Dipity Visual.ly ThingLink *
    39. 39. Visual.ly – create data infographics http://visual.ly/global-slavery-index-2013-0?view=true
    40. 40. MomsRising story bank - Google Earth Momsrising.org 52
    41. 41. Dipity – create timelines from data
    42. 42. Mind maps – mindmeister.com or mindnode.com Search for ocean acidification terms, contributed by Upwell.us
    43. 43. ThingLink
    44. 44. You can do anything with ThingLink, even…
    45. 45. * Video Storytelling Instagram Pinterest Flickr Tumblr PicMonkey *
    46. 46. Create video from photo and text Animoto.com
    47. 47. * Curated Storytelling Storify Scoop.it Kontribune Paper.li Twitter *
    48. 48. Curated e-paper – Kontribune.com
    49. 49. Bring it together with Storify
    50. 50. Storify a Twitter chat 66
    51. 51. Six-word festival on Twitter Sept 2013 http://sixwordmemoirs.com/about/festival-senior-superlatives-six-word-style/
    52. 52. * Speed Dating! 2.5 minutes per person, then switch! Move on to another discussion partner when the timer goes off *
    53. 53. Share the story you want to tell What tools would you use?
    54. 54. * THANK YOU!! Email: debra@communityorganizer20.com Website: communityorganizer20.com Blog: http://communityorganizer20.com Linkedin: linked.com/in/debraaskanase Twitter: @askdebra Other slides: slideshare.net/debask Telephone: (617) 682-2977 *
    55. 55. * Slide number IMAGE CREDITS * URL (Flickr Creative Commons license) 4 http://www.flickr.com/photos/63287402@N00/456611804/ 5 http://www.flickr.com/photos/78199439@N00/1545378691/ 6 http://www.flickr.com/photos/moriza/2565606353/sizes/m/in/pho tostream/ 7 http://www.flickr.com/photos/56611644@N00/8162168092/
    56. 56. * STORYTELLING RESOURCES * 1. Big thanks to Zan McCulloch-Lussier, Marketing Director at Food Lifeline, who inspired this workshop. Connect with him @zanarama. 2. The facts and figures of visual storytelling for nonprofits (Rosita Cortez) http://www.rositacortez.com/social-media-101/visual-storytelling-for-nonprofitsinfographic/ 3. Get Storied community (Michael Margolis): http://getstoried.com/ 4. Just Story It (Karen Dietz): http://www.juststoryit.com/ 5. Curated scoops on storytelling (Karen Dietz): http://www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 6. Three case studies of bios that get results: http://www.getstoried.com/3-casestudies-of-good-bios-that-create-results/ 7. Storytelling webinar slides (M & R Research): http://labs.mrss.com/get-the-slidesand-our-answers-to-your-questions-from-the-storytelling-webinar/ 8. Digital storytelling resources for nonprofits (Socialbrite): http://www.socialbrite.org/sm4np/ 9. http://communityorganizer20.com/2011/09/06/infographics-for-nonprofits-thenew-storytelling/
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