Exploring Digital Storytelling – University of Westminster, London, 22 March 2012

Exploring Digital Storytelling
Thursday 22nd March, 09:30-16:00
115 New Cavendish Street,University of Westminster, London
Places: £165 (Educational Rate)
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‘Digital Storytelling’ is the new buzzword for using web technologies and digital media to construct meaning around experiences in a way that can be communicated to others. Aimed at anyone who is involved in designing learning activities for others (any level, any subject) this workshop will demonstrate, discuss and develop your skills in using different approaches to teaching and learning through Digital Storytelling.

This workshop looks at why stories are a powerful and effective way of communicating with an audience and how the technique can be used effectively for a wide range of purposes; learning, publicity and marketing, community engagement and more.

There will be plenty of opportunities to get ‘hands on’ with the technology as well as offering you a chance to explore how you might use the technique for your own practice and share ideas with others.

• Why stories are an effective method of communication • The different forms digital storytelling can take • Using web-based storytelling tools • How digital storytelling can be an used for learning and assessment • Generating interest and engagement with projects and research • Finding and using web-based media • Support offered by other JISC services

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JISC Netskills deliver a range of workshops on web technologies, e-learning, social media and digital literacies (information skills). Workshops are open to anyone, and have been attended by staff working in UK FE & HE sectors, library, government, museums, police forces, work based learning and hospitals.

Workshops run across the UK in Spring (Feb-Mar), Summer (May-Jun) and Autumn (Oct-Nov) More details about who we are and what we do can be found on our website: www.netskills.ac.uk