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Digital storytelling in Virginia

I visited the University of Mary Washington yesterday, which is always a treat. They have a fine group of digitally advanced faculty, backed up by the mad genius of their storytelling-happy DTLT crew. Over lunch I led a faculty workshop … Continue reading

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World conquest phase I complete

The 2011 New Digital Storytelling tour is winding up.  So far we’ve hit… Middlebury, Vermont Burlington, Vermont Ripton, Vermont Los Angeles, California Sweet Briar, Virginia Many thanks to kind hosts, audiences, and readers.

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New Digital Storytelling tour continues

Yesterday I visited the very splendid Sweet Briar College campus, to speak on The New Digital Storytelling.  I reconnected with some dear friends, and met many fine faculty and students. Last night I gave a talk to an energetic, provocative … Continue reading

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Against the Grain

Against the Grain picked The New Digital Storytelling as its book of the week this week.  Thank you, folks!

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Digital storytelling, futures, and libraries

I’m briefly interviewed in this OCLC newsletter.  There I connect futurism and storytelling: “Digital storytelling, for example,” he explains,“opens up manifold possibilities for expression and recollection, which also means multiple spaces for informational innovation.” Bryan says that digital storytelling involves … Continue reading

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Bryan speaking in Middlebury next week

I’m giving a public talk about the new digital storytelling at the Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury, Vermont.  That’s next Wednesday, May 25, 12 noon – 1 p.m. (photo from CommunityWalk)

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