Inanimate Alice – Teacher’s Edition Suite released

The Teachers’ Edition Suite makes the first 5 episodes of the series available immediately from an icon on the desktop, making the story accessible immediately, anytime, anyplace. What’s more, users can go directly to the desired scene/passage, jump ahead or go back to any segment of the story.

Transmedia Storytelling – The Librarian’s Guide

Featuring Inanimate Alice in a makerspace program with step-by-step instructions for implementation. Great for teachers, librarians, ed tech coaches, and anyone else interested in learning more about innovative approaches to using transmedia in both informal and formal education.

Kate Pullinger, ‘Beyond the Book: Digital Fiction’ at The Showroom, Sheffield – 12 October 2014, 2-3.30pm 12 October 2014, 2-3.30pm: Off the Shelf Lecture Kate Pullinger, ‘Beyond the Book: Digital Fiction’. “Showroom 5” at The Showroom. Over the past decade, new hybrid forms of literature have begun to emerge as writers and artists experiment with digital technologies. As well as writing novels and short stories in print, Kate Pullinger has long been involved with thinking about what … Read More

Inanimate Alice stories from students

I’m always amazed to see how Inanimate Alice is being used by students and teachers around the world, and the wonderful multimedia stories that they create using our stories as a starting point. Here’s a selection from YouTube of some brilliant recent efforts.

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DIGITAL NOVEL HELPS SCHOOL CHIDLREN TO CREATE MULTIMEDIA STORIES An award-winning digital novel written by De Montfort University’s Reader in Creative Writing and New Media is to help school children around the UK create their own multimedia stories. Kate Pullinger writes the pioneering Inanimate Alice interactive story which is available free of charge online and has just launched the latest … Read More