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KQED Storytelling classes

I’m glad they’re offering different class levels. Check’em out, they’re free!

“We’ve reviewed and revised our workshop schedule, streamlining our traditional workshop and adding more variety by including place-based digital storytelling using Google applications like Google Earth and Google Maps. All workshops take participants through the 4-step process, from concept to completion, from idea to publishing. Our train-the-trainers workshops are specifically geared towards people who have already attended a workshop or have experience in the digital storytelling process. Our goal will be to move to participants to the next level, both in story theory and with the hardware and software.

Three Varieties of Digital Storytelling Workshops

1. Traditional Digital Storytelling Basics
This 1-day (plus short intro) workshop is a hands-on and project-based; it teaches the skills of traditional digital storytelling.

Thursday, February 5, (5pm-7pm), Short Intro
Saturday, February 7, (9am-5pm)

Thursday, March 5, (5pm-7pm), Short Intro
Saturday, March 7, (9am-5pm)

Thursday, February 26, (5pm-7pm), Short Intro
Saturday, February 28, (9am-5pm)
(This workshop is science-specific, co-facilitated by Jessica Neely)

2. Place-based Digital Storytelling Using New Media Tools
This 1-day (plus short intro) workshop uses Google Maps/Earth to create place-based digital stories.

Thursday, March 12, (5pm-7pm), Short Intro
Saturday, March 14, (9am-5pm)
(This workshop is science-specific, co-facilitated by Jessica Neely)

3. Train-the-Trainers
This 1-day workshop is for those already familiar with the digital storytelling process or with multimedia content creation and wish to learn how to train others,

Saturday, January 17, (9am-5pm)
Saturday, March 21, (9am-5pm)”

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