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  • Today you can call it microstorytelling because we know do it through facebook updatesm textmessages etc. Stories are powerfull as a communication form. We respond to this form very well because its dates way back from the old indians and their campfire tradition Today you can call it microstorytelling because we know do it through facebook updatesm textmessages etc. Stories are powerfull as a communication form. We respond to this form very well because its dates way back from the old indians and their campfire tradition Today you can call it microstorytelling because we know do it through facebook updatesm textmessages etc. Stories are powerfull as a communication form. We respond to this form very well because its dates way back from the old indians and their campfire tradition Today you can call it microstorytelling because we know do it through facebook updatesm textmessages etc. Stories are powerfull as a communication form. We respond to this form very well because its dates way back from the old indians and their campfire tradition
  • Storytelling is something we all do , all the time in our everyday life - to exchange knowledge and share experiences. Today you can call it microstorytelling because we know do it through facebook updatesm textmessages etc. Stories are powerfull as a communication form. We respond to this form very well because its dates way back from the old indians and their campfire tradition
  • digital storyteller Anyone who has a desire to document life experience, ideas, or feelings through the use of story and digital media. Uusually someone who has little to no prior abilities experience in the realm of video production but can spend a few days participating in a workshop, to exploring explore and sharing share a story with creative, and technical assistance from compassionate, and talented technically skilled CDS staff. Center for Digital Storytelling (cen·ter for dig·i·tal sto·ry·tell·ing ) The Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS) is an international non-profit training, project development, and research organization dedicated to assisting people in using digital media to tell meaningful stories from their lives. Our focus is on building partnering with partnerships community, educational, and business institutions to develop large-scale initiatives in health, social services, education, historic and cultural preservation, community development, human rights, and environmental justice arenas, using methods and principles adapted from our original Digital Storytelling Workshop .
  • Der skal så gå 14 år, før jeg møder Joe og støder på digital storytelling. På det tidspunkt er digital storytelling udbredt i store dele af resten af den vestlige verden og Center for digital storytelling er blevet etableret.
  • Min baggrund for at tale om digital storytelling 6 måneder i Oakland : Udsatte børn / unge, digital udfordrede børn . Manglen på digitale kompetencer . Røde kors AD/HD - deprimeret Internatinal skole og Nørrebro Skole Silkeborg Ungdomsskole - flygtninge i alderen 15-25 år - International Day of sharing ligestories
  • ofte har projekter flere formål andre er:... Undervisning Medierødderne Træning af læger Organisationsudvikling Jazzmontør sygehussammenlægning Markedføring Tønder Teambuilding Kulturbevaring Aktivisme Urban planning Terapi
  • http://www.acmi.net.au/video_showcase.htm Bygger på erfaringer inden for pædagogik, psykologi, mundtlige fortælletraditioner og hvad der i dag betegnes citizen journalism De digitale kompetencer er og bliver kun vigtigere i fremtiden, eftersom evnen til at formidle, netværke og nytænke i højere grad sker via nye medier. Derfor vægter vi de digitale medier i vores workshops. Tal fra EU's statistiske kontor Eurostat viser, at den digitale kløft i Europa vokser sig stadig større. I EU-gennemsnit er 85 procent af de studerende på nettet, men kun 13 procent af pensionisterne. For de højtuddannede er det 77 procent, mens det kun er 25 pct. af de lavtuddannede. (slide) De digitale kompetencer, den personlige historie og produktet - en 2-3 minutters film er grundessensen af metoden: digital storytelling. Samarbejdspartnere og programmer Til sidst vil jeg kort opridse hvilke programmer som vi arbejder med: Udover de traditionelle software filmediteringsprogrammer såsom premiere og finat cut pro så ønsker vi også at anvende mere tilgnægelige open source programmer såsom Jaycut etc. Vi har fået et samarbejde igang med Bjarke som er iværksætter I NeW York og har udviklet StoryPlanet som vil give muligheder for mere interactive historier men stadig med fokus på den almene computerbruger. (slide med et screendump af jaycut, og storyplanet) Afrunding Hvorfor interaktion igennem digital storytelling. Vend tilbage til starten om at alle har en historie at fortælle. - Nævn kommende projekter vi skal lave og evt hvordan lytterne kan bruge StoryLab – (promovering)

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  • Digital Storytelling - A method for telling, producing and sharing stories Next Kids Tech Conference
  • Digital Storytelling
    • From Oakland to DK
    • What is it?
    • How can it be used?
  • Microstorytelling
  • Old Traditions New Ways
  • How did it start? 1979…2011
  • Center for Digital Storytelling
  • Worldwide
  • Our Story
    • Worked in Berkeley - DUSTY
    • Trainer workshop - Storycenter.org
    • International and local workshops.
    • Education, Community, Research
    Copenhagen Center for Digital Storytelling
  • Learning Reflection Identity Process
    • Creativity
    • Storycircle
    • Production
    • Celebration
  • What is it? "Digital storytelling takes the ancient art of oral storytelling and engages a palette of technical tools to create personal tales using images, graphics, music, and sound mixed together with the author's own story voice." - Joe Lambert, Executive Director Center For Digital Storytelling
  • A ´typical´ story
    • A typical digital story holds the format:
    • 250-300 words/script (storyboard)
    • 20-30 images/videos/drawings.etc.
    • Voice/music/sound effects etc.
    • (Audacity)
    • 2 - 3 minutes long (iMovie/Movie Maker)
    • The digital story is normally
    • produced on a 3-5 days workshop
  • Matt´s Story
  • How is it used?
  • Areas:
    • Education
    • Personal Development
    • Teambuilding / strategies
    • Community building
    • Research - Innovation
    • Activism/politics
    • Urban planning
    • History and culture
    • Therapy/health
    • And much more…
  • Education
    • ´My Island has gone bankrupt´
    • A future in Iceland?
    • 4 days workshop
    • Google Map/geotagging
    Communication & Collaboration ” For some students, digital storytelling became a process of synthesis, in which the students made sense of their stories through a deliberate sorting of multimodal content.”
  • Community Building ” For young people it creates a space for sorting through conflicting media messages while also forging new possibilities for seeing themselves and others ” - Glynda Hull, Berkeley University
  • Research & Innovation
    • Tøndertales...
    • Stories about their life?
    • To understand them = create innovation in the city
    • Old & young share stories - Connecting generations
    ” The storytellers transform their own everyday stories into a digital “shared public culture” - Dana Atchley, Next Exit
  • Digital Citizenship - Saftey Internet day
  • Media Literacy Skills
    • Self development and reflection
    • Creativity and innovation
    • Communication and collaboration
    • Research and information fluency
    • Critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making
    • Digital citizenship
    • Technology operations and concepts
  • ” I know only one thing about the technologies that await us in the future: We will find ways to tell stories with them!” - Jason Ohler
  • Join our workshop! See more digital stories on: www.digitalstorylab.com Facebook/digitalstorylab [email_address]