Image: www.cultureshock.org.uk - Culture Shock! has become one of the largest digital storytelling projects in the world and has engaged with nearly 600 participants, who have created their own digital stories inspired by museum and gallery collections.
Owning insight What is the story you want to tell? What do you think it means or what is it really about? What does the story mean to the storyteller?
Different stories The story about someone important. The story about an event in your life. Accomplishment stories The story about a place in your life. The story about what I do. Recovery stories. Love stories. Discovery stories.
• What emotions are you trying to express as you share your story with others? • What emotions do you experience? • What emotions will best help the audience understand the journey contained within your story?STEP 2: OWNING YOUR EMOTIONS
“Compelling stories reproduce the insight andexperience of the storyteller while prompting theaudience to ask questions about their ownexperiences and look for larger truths.” Joe Lambert
STEP 4: VISUALISING YOURSTORY• What images come to mind when thinking about moment of change?• What other images come to mind?• Is the image conveying another layer of meaning?
• Your voice • Music • Other sounds • SilenceSTEP 5: HEARING YOUR STORY
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Images:Slide 2: grandpa-telling-stories-norval-morrisseau.JPGSlide 4: image from p.7 of How to Guide: Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators by Silvia Tolisano:Slide 5: http://storyroute.com/2011/09/21/storytelling-project-improves-monitoring-and-evaluation/Slide 7: www.cultureshock.org.uk - Culture Shock! has become one of the largest digital storytelling projects in the world and hasengaged with nearly 600 participants, who have created their own digital stories inspired by museum and gallery collections.Slide 8: from Storybird, an online story site: http://storybird.com/sebastiaanvandoninck/artwork/bird-superstar/Slide 13: from a prezi presentation about digital storytelling: http://prezi.com/wchwhs6bmhoy/mapping-digital-storytelling/Slide 14: http://blogs.hbr.org/hbr/hbreditors/2013/04/strategic_humor_cartoons_from_the_may_2013_issue.htmlSlide 15: thenarrative.storenvy.comSlide 16: http://www.ragan.com/Main/Articles/46314.aspx#Slide 18: http://www.theinnovatorsjourney.com/2012/01/16/diary-of-a-lean-start-up-nothing-new-under-the-sun/Slide 19: http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums/showthread.php?42729-Digital-Storytelling-using-ArtRage-Make-Your-MarkSlide 23: www.venturestreampartners.comSlide 24: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/selling-with-storytelling/Slide 25: http://www.storyworksglam.co.uk/news.htmlSlide 26: http://www.pulitzer.org/archives/5625Slide 27: http://theinspirationroom.com/daily/2011/change-for-a-dollar/Slide 28: http://www.wonderwalkers.co.nz/default,938,pouakani-totara-tree.smSlide 29: http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=12861Slide 32: http://souljournaler.blogspot.co.nz/2011/05/minor-prophets-lxxxix-flying-scrolls.htmlSlide 34: marciebrockbookmarketingmaven.wordpress.com
More information about the stories in this presentation:Slide 9: Information about the evaluation can be obtained from: http://www.first5ecc.org/stories-of-love-and-learningSlide 10: Information about Green pathways evaluation can be obtained from:http://www.storyscape.com.au/wordpress/portfolio/my-story-by-jess-mentiplay/Slide 11: TechSoup 2011 winners can be viewed at:http://forums.techsoup.org/cs/community/b/tsblog/archive/2011/02/25/see-the-techsoup-digital-storytelling-challenge-winners.aspxSlide 12: The Pitcha This project can be viewed at: http://www.sistagirl.com.au/pitcha_this.htmlSlide 17: Troy Book Burning information from EPICA awards: http://results.epica-awards.com/21-01036-DM.htmlResources for digital storytelling:Slide 20: TechSoup have heaps of resources for NGOs wanting to make digital stories:http://www.techsoup.org/community/community-initiatives/techsoup-digital-storytellingSlide 21: Webinar for TechSoup 2011 digital storytelling challenge :http://npsocialmedia101.wikispaces.com/digitalstorytelling101The Centre for Digital Storytelling has information as well as publications available: www.storycentre.orgSlide 22: Sara Yuen, Jennifer Chow, and Vesna Radivojevic’s blog, Adventures in Digital Storytelling has information aboutmaking digital stories: http://esldigitalstorytelling.wordpress.com/steps-to-making-a-digital-storySlide 30: This storyboard comes from the following wiki:http://mswassonsclass.wikispaces.com/Curriculum+Page#Some%20Useful%20Applications%20and%20Resources:Slide 33: The following links take you to a few of the documents and sites I have found useful:http://geniwate.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/part-doc-cookbook.pdfhttp://fluency21.com/blog/2013/04/03/64-sites-for-digital-storytelling-tools-and-information/http://langwitches.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Digital-Storytelling-Guide-by-Silvia-Rosenthal-Tolisano.pdf