Digital storytelling from soup to nuts

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Author(s)Denise Atchley, Digital Storytelling Festival
Type of mediaBlog post
  • with video
Estimated study timeEstimated study time 1 hour
Abstract

This lengthy tutorial consists of four parts: finding your story; telling your story; creating the piece; sharing the work.

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The focus of this website is social change and non-profit organisations, but it is indeed relevant to anyone who wants to use technology to tell a story.

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The website uses unspecified Creative Commons licenses, and this tutorial was published with the author's permission.

TimestampThis information table was last updated on 24 July 2012

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