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Originally presented by Felicia Pride of pride collaborative at Confab Higher Education. Even if you’ve heard of transmedia, chances are you’re unsure of how it can be effectively used by higher ...

Originally presented by Felicia Pride of pride collaborative at Confab Higher Education. Even if you’ve heard of transmedia, chances are you’re unsure of how it can be effectively used by higher ed institutions to engage with multiple stakeholders. In this interactive presentation, participants will explore what transmedia is and what it isn’t, and delve into how institutions can incorporate transmedia theories—cross-platform engagement, participation, immersion, and democratization—to engage multiple stakeholders and reach new constituents.

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  • TRANSMEDIA STORYTELLING IN HI GH E R ED UCATION Felicia Pride | @feliciapride Pride Collaborative www.pridecollaborative.com felicia@pridecollaborative.com Photo By Simone D. Mccourtie / World Bank | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license
  • "MYTHS ARE PUBLIC DREAMS; DREAMS ARE PRIVATE MYTHS.” - JOSEPH CAMPBELL Photo By Photo by Alexandria Lentz | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “But there has been also the American dream, that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement.” - JAMES TRUSLOW ADAMS in his 1931 book Epic of America Photo By Steven Lee | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “Mythologies are in fact the public dreams that move and shape societies, and conversely one’s own dreams are the little myths of the private gods, antigods, and guardian powers that are moving and shaping oneself: revelations of the actual fears, desires, aims and values by which one’s life is subliminally ordered.” - JOSEPH CAMPBELL Photo By Photo by Alexandria Lentz | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • MYTHS! MYTHS! WHY ARE YOU HERE? Photo by Eddi van W. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “Will there still be universities? Likely, but not certain…[there is] the idea that our current educational system, start to end, is built for an industrial era, churning out students like widgets who are taught to churn out widgets themselves. That is a world where there is one right answer: We spew it from a lectern; we expect it to be spewed back in a test. That kind of education does not produce the innovators who would invent Google.” – JEFF JARVIS director of the T ow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “54% of internet users have posted original photos or videos to websites and 47% share photos or videos they found elsewhere online. Young adults and women lead the way in each of these activities. ” “Younger adult internet users are twice as likely as their older counterparts to post and share videos online.” “37% of all teens ages 12-17 have smartphones, up from just 23% in 2011.” PEW RESEARCH CENTER Photo by Charlotte Kesl / World Bank | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “Overall, 41% of adults are ‘news participators,’ meaning that they email local stories to others, post news or information about the local community on social networking sites or Twitter, comment on local stories they read online, contribute to online discussions on message boards about the local community, and the like.” PEW RESEARCH CENTER Photo by Charlotte Kesl / World Bank | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “THE FUTURE OF STORYTELLING” - LATITUDE “78% want to "friend" a character digitally (e.g., receive Facebook updates, text messages, etc.), with the ability to sway the character’s decisions—just as with a real friend.” “87% want to see events through the eyes of a particular character or to switch between different characters’ points-of-view.” “41% use a second screen at least daily while watching TV , which includes 50% of 18-34 year-olds and 35% of 35-59 year-olds.” Photo by Charlotte Kesl / World Bank | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “THE FUTURE OF STORYTELLING” - LATITUDE “91% say narratives with a "real-time" story-world would motivate them to tune in more often to ensure they weren’t missing anything.” “94% feel companies should treat the "real world" (e.g., places, people, or objects) as another platform that can interact with content they view on other devices. This stands out as a particularly compelling opportunity for retailers with physical locations.” Photo by Charlotte Kesl / World Bank | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “Transmedia storytelling represents a process where integral elements of a fiction get dispersed systematically across multiple delivery channels for the purpose of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience. Ideally, each medium makes it own unique contribution to the unfolding of the story.” - Henry Jenkins Photo by Endre Vestvik | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “Transmedia refers to a set of choices made about the best approach to tell a particular story to a particular audience in a particular context depending on the particular resources available to particular producers.” - Henry Jenkins Photo by Endre Vestvik | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • WORLDBUILDING Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • “  Most often, transmedia stories are based not on individual characters or specific plots but rather complex fictional worlds which can sustain multiple interrelated characters and their stories….” - HENRY JENKINS - Photo By Photo by Alexandria Lentz | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • PARTICIPATION / CO-CREATION Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • CROSS-PLATFORM & EXTENSIONS Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • IMMERSION & EXPERIENCES Photo by Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • Encourages creating a core narrative & world Ability to continue & extend the story Multiple entry points for multiple stakeholders Harness the power of individual platforms Promotes freshness Photo by Anna | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • There is a moral or underlying message. There are characters and these characters are compelling. Something happens. This something involves conflict. It evokes emotion. Photo by Anna | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • What’s the Story? What are the elements – message, plot, conflict, characters – of this story? Who is your audience and what do you want them to do? How will you tell the story? Which tools/platforms will you use? How will you share this story? How will you measure impact? How will you continue the story? Photo by Anna | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • "IF THE AMERICAN DREAM IS TO COME TRUE AND TO ABIDE WITH US IT WILL, AT BOTTOM, DEPEND ON THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES.” -  JAMES TRUSLOW ADAMS IN HIS 1931 BOOK EPIC OF AMERICA Photo By Steven Lee | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license FELICIA PRIDE | PRIDE COLLABRATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM | @FELICIAPRIDE
  • THANK YOU! FELICIA PRIDE | @feliciapride PRIDE COLLABORATIVE WWW.PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM FELICIA@PRIDECOLLABORATIVE.COM Photo by Niels Linneberg | via Flickr using a Creative Commons license