Supported by online handouts and offering a comprehensive methodology for educators, this is the ideal guide for those teaching public history in the digital age across a range of educational settings, including the classroom, museum and ...
Author: Christina Fisanick
Digital Storytelling as Public History: A Guidebook for Educators provides a practical methodology for teaching public history in the digital age. Drawing on a long-standing collaboration, Fisanick and Stakeley examine how and why educators in all arenas should adopt digital storytelling as a means for encouraging interest in local and regional history. The book shows readers how to implement the strategies necessary to help storytellers in a variety of settings create short films that showcase the collections at local and regional historical societies and museums. It also teaches storytellers higher executive functions, such as independent project management, peer and self-critique, and rhetorical savviness. By guiding storytellers through this process of creating public history digital stories, the book enables them to become connected to communities, improve their understanding of regional history, and expand their knowledge of the preservation of historical artifacts. Supported by online handouts and offering a comprehensive methodology for educators, this is the ideal guide for those teaching public history in the digital age across a range of educational settings, including the classroom, museum and community.
Story Circle is the first collection ever devoted to a comprehensive international study of the digital storytelling movement, exploring subjects of central importance on the emergent and ever-shifting digital landscape.
Author: John Hartley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Story Circle is the first collection ever devoted to acomprehensive international study of the digital storytellingmovement, exploring subjects of central importance on the emergentand ever-shifting digital landscape. Covers consumer-generated content, memory grids, the digitalstorytelling youth movement, participatory public history, audiencereception, videoblogging and microdocumentary Pinpoints who is telling what stories where, on what terms, andwhat they look and sound like Explores the boundaries of digital storytelling from China andBrazil to Western Europe and Australia
... program at Carleton University in Ottawa that began offering a master in public
history in 2002.26 An innovative Center for Oral History and Digital Storytelling
was created by Steven High, the Canada research chair in oral and public history
Author: James B. Gardner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Handbook of Public History introduces the major debates within public history; the methods and sources that comprise a public historian's tool kit; and exemplary examples of practice. It views public history as a dynamic process combining historical research and a wide range of work with and for the public, informed by a conceptual context. The editors acknowledge the imprecision bedeviling attempts to define public history, and use this book as an opportunity to shape the field by taking a deliberately broad view. They include professional historians who work outside the academy in a range of institutions and sites, and those who are politically committed to communicating history to the wide range of audiences. This volume provides the information and inspiration needed by a practitioner to succeed in the wide range of workplaces that characterizes public history today, for university teachers of public history to assist their students, and for working public historians to keep up to date with recent research. This handbook locates public history as a professional practice within an intellectual framework that is increasingly transnational, technological, and democratic. While the nation state remains the primary means of identification, increased mobility and the digital revolution have occasioned a much broader outlook and awareness of the world beyond national borders. It addresses squarely the tech-savvy, media-literate citizens of the world, the"digital natives" of the twenty-first century, in a way that recognizes the revolution in shared authority that has swept museum work, oral history, and much of public history practice. This volume also provides both currently practicing historians and those entering the field a map for understanding the historical landscape of the future: not just to the historiographical debates of the academy but also the boom in commemoration and history outside the academy evident in many countries since the 1990s, which now constitutes the historical culture in each country. Public historians need to understand both contexts, and to negotiate their implications for questions of historical authority and the public historian's work. The boom in popular history is characterized by a significant increase in both making and consuming history in a range of historical activities such as genealogy, family history, and popular collecting; cultural tourism, historic sites, and memorial museums; increased memorialization, both formal and informal, from roadside memorials to state funded shrines and memorial Internet sites; increased publication of historical novels, biographies, and movies and TV series set in the past. Much of this, as well as a vast array of new community cultural projects, has been facilitated by the digital technologies that have increased the accessibility of historical information, the democratization of practice, and the demand for sharing authority.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2020, held in Bournemouth, UK, in November 2020.
Author: Anne-Gwenn Bosser
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2020, held in Bournemouth, UK, in November 2020. The 15 full papers and 8 short papers presented together with 5 posters, were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. The conference offers topics in game narrative and interactive storytelling, including the theoretical, technological, and applied design practices, narrative systems, storytelling technology, and humanities-inspired theoretical inquiry, empirical research and artistic expression.
Video Annotation, Multimedia Applications, Videoconferencing and Transmedia
Storytelling Laura A. Wankel, Patrick Blessinger. ABOUT THE ... Dr. Aird teaches
courses on the Caribbean, Africa, Virtual Public History, and Digital Storytelling.
Author: Jurate Stanaityte
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Multimedia and video related technologies are reshaping and reframing the practice of teaching and learning in higher education. This volume critically examines new research on how multimedia technologies are being used in higher education to increase learner engagement and collaboration in and out of the classroom.
An authoritative overview of the developing field of public history reflecting theory and practice around the globe This unique reference guides readers through this relatively new field of historical inquiry, exploring the varieties and ...
Author: David M. Dean
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
An authoritative overview of the developing field of public history reflecting theory and practice around the globe This unique reference guides readers through this relatively new field of historical inquiry, exploring the varieties and forms of public history, its relationship with popular history, and the ways in which the field has evolved internationally over the past thirty years. Comprised of thirty-four essays written by a group of leading international scholars and public history practitioners, the work not only introduces readers to the latest scholarly academic research, but also to the practice and pedagogy of public history. It pays equal attention to the emergence of public history as a distinct field of historical inquiry in North America, the importance of popular history and ‘history from below’ in Europe and European colonial-settler states, and forms of historical consciousness in non-Western countries and peoples. It also provides a timely guide to the state of the discipline, and offers an innovative and unprecedented engagement with methodological and theoretical problems associated with public history. Generously illustrated throughout, The Companion to Public History’s chapters are written from a variety of perspectives by contributors from all continents and from a wide variety of backgrounds, disciplines, and experiences. It is an excellent source for getting readers to think about history in the public realm, and how present day concerns shape the ways in which we engage with and represent the past. Cutting-edge companion volume for a developing area of study Comprises 36 essays by leading authorities on all aspects of public history around the world Reflects different national/regional interpretations of public history Offers some essays in teachable forms: an interview, a roundtable discussion, a document analysis, a photo essay. Covers a full range of public history practice, including museums, archives, memorial sites as well as historical fiction, theatre, re-enactment societies and digital gaming Discusses the continuing challenges presented by history within our broad, collective memory, including museum controversies, repatriation issues, ‘textbook’ wars, and commissions for Truth and Reconciliation The Companion is intended for senior undergraduate students and graduate students in the rapidly growing field of public history and will appeal to those teaching public history or who wish to introduce a public history dimension to their courses.
Public history is still viewed by many university - based historians as something
other people do . Likewise , Canadian ... Second , I would like to thank my
students who have brought the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling to
Author: Chris Dummitt
Publisher: Inst of Latin American Studies
This book offers innovative thoughts on present and future approaches to the study of the Canadian past. Moving beyond the political vs. social history debates that have dominated the field since the 1970s, these essays suggest novel questions and approaches while delving into recently overlooked subjects. The authors place a particular emphasis on international, transnational, and comparative approaches to the past. Essays cover such topics as the Atlantic World, oral history, postcolonialism, public history, historical periodization, Canada's place in the British Empire, and French-English relations. The art of history as a discipline and practice is also discussed. A must read for Canadian historians, Contesting Clio's Craft will also appeal to international scholars interested in these issues and curious about the contribution that Canadian history has made to the broader history of the Americas. Contributors include Michael Dawson (St.Thomas University), Michel Ducharme (University of British Columbia), Christopher Dummitt (Trent University), Magda Fahrni (Université du Québec à Montréal) Catherine Gidney (St.Thomas University), Steven High (Concordia University), Adele Perry (University of Manitoba), Katie Pickles (University of Canterbury), and Andrew Smith (Laurentian University).
A digital story narrated by several young people in the audience began to play on
the screen. ... While the neighborhood of Parramore is sometimes touted by city
officials for its “rich cultural history,” the current city mayor also describes this
once ... Within our digital storytelling and applied theatre program called Digital U
, youths shared/performed some of the digital stories in public spaces, such as
Author: Megan Alrutz
Category: Performing Arts
Digital Storytelling, Applied Theatre, & Youth argues that theatre artists must re-imagine how and why they facilitate performance practices with young people. Rapid globalization and advances in media and technology continue to change the ways that people engage with and understand the world around them. Drawing on pedagogical, aesthetic, and theoretical threads of applied theatre and media practices, this book presents practitioners, scholars, and educators with innovative approaches to devising and performing digital stories. This book offers the first comprehensive examination of digital storytelling as an applied theatre practice. Alrutz explores how participatory and mediated performance practices can engage the wisdom and experience of youth; build knowledge about self, others and society; and invite dialogue and deliberation with audiences. In doing so, she theorizes digital storytelling as a site of possibility for critical and relational practices, feminist performance pedagogies, and alliance building with young people.
This book reconfigures the conventional relationship between those who have sought refuge and rebuilt their lives and those who seek to record, understand, and transmit these life stories.
Author: Steven High
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
"Oral History at the Crossroads tells the story of the Montreal Life Stories project, a major collaborative research initiative investigating the life stories of Montrealers displaced by war, genocide, and other human rights violations"--Introduction.
Digital Storytelling ( Flickr ) Digital storytelling merges writing , photographs ,
music , and voice to create a personal ... The first stems from their reading and
involves their writing and illustrating personal history narratives similar in style to
what they ... He has had students create public service announcements on
Author: Gwen Solomon
Publisher: ISTE (Interntl Soc Tech Educ
What can Web 2.0 tools offer educators? Web 2.0: New Tools, New Schools provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging Web 2.0 technologies and their use in the classroom and in professional development. Topics include blogging as a natural tool for writing instruction, wikis and their role in project collaboration, podcasting as a useful means of presenting information and ideas, and how to use Web 2.0 tools for professional development. Also included are a discussion of Web 2.0 safety and security issues and a look toward the future of the Web 2.0 movement. Web 2.0: New Tools, New Schools is essential reading for teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, and teacher educators.
The principal topic is the gathering of personal stories into short little nuggets of
media called Digital Stories, through a methodology called Digital Storytelling. ...
the specific history of my organization, how to think about story ideas, and how
the CDS model of Digital Storytelling relates ... And in Chapters 10–15, we
address how the work is applied, starting with a discussion of the public/private
issues of a ...
Author: Joe Lambert
Category: Social Science
Listen deeply. Tell stories. This is the mantra of the Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS) in Berkeley California, which, since 1998 has worked with nearly 1,000 organizations around the world and trained more than 15,000 people in the art of digital storytelling. In this revised and updated edition of the CDS's popular guide to digital storytelling, co-founder Joe Lambert details the history and methods of digital storytelling practices. Using a "7 Steps" approach, Lambert helps storytellers identify the fundamentals of dynamic digital storytelling--from seeing the story, assembling it, and sharing it. As in the last edition, readers of the fourth edition will also find new explorations of the applications of digital storytelling and updated appendices that provide resources for budding digital storytellers, including information about past and present CDS-affiliated projects and place-based storytelling, a narrative-based approach to understanding experience and landscape. A companion website further brings the entire storytelling process to life. Over the years, the CDS's work has transformed the way that community activists, educators, health and human services agencies, business professionals, and artists think about story, media, culture, and the power of personal voice in creating change. For those who yearn to tell multimedia stories, Digital Storytelling is the place to begin.
Following an introduction by the library ' s copyright expert to the concept of fair
use , public domain , and copyright early in the ... A freshman seminar offered by
the History Department would involve having students bring an artifact that
represents ... After she attended a digital storytelling showcase , however , she
participated in a workshop to explore the instructional possibilities of digital
Author: Anne M. Fields
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Learn the "how-tos" of creating digital stories, the challenges of building a digital storytelling program, and the benefits of creating partnerships across campus.
Alon Confino, “Telling about Germany: Narrative of Memory and Culture,” The
Journal of Modern History 76, no. ... These interviews can be consulted at the
Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling. ... public access, have been
integrated into a searchable database using Stories Matter software (developed
Author: Steven High
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Remembering Mass Violence breaks new ground in oral history, new media, and performance studies by exploring what is at stake when we attempt to represent war, genocide, and other violations of human rights in a variety of creative works. A model of community-university collaboration, it includes contributions from scholars in a wide range of disciplines, survivors of mass violence, and performers and artists who have created works based on these events. This anthology is global in focus, with essays on Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America. At its core is a productive tension between public and private memory, a dialogue between autobiography and biography, and between individual experience and societal transformation. Remembering Mass Violence will appeal to oral historians, digital practitioners and performance-based artists around the world, as well researchers and activists involved in human rights research, migration studies, and genocide studies.
'The Oxford Handbook of Oral History' brings together 40 authors on five continents to address the evolution of oral history, the impact of digital technology, the most recent methodological and archival issues and the application of oral ...
Author: Donald A. Ritchie
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Handbook of Oral History brings together forty authors on five continents to address the evolution of oral history, the impact of digital technology, the most recent methodological and archival issues, and the application of oral history to both scholarly research and public presentations.
Digital storytelling has become a powerful media practice for producing personal
and community memories. ... an art of public education, an art of therapeutic
recovery, an art of memorializing the common victim of historical/social tragedies
Author: Joanne Garde-Hansen
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Category: Social Science
Covers the variety of complex ways that media engage with memory.
In this way , digital stories are located within a discourse of identity , belonging ,
and becoming , but also contribute new perspectives . In their anonymous ... The
medium is a form of public disclosure , a " publishing ” or “ inscribing ” of one ' s ...
Author: Philippe Denis
Category: Oral history
The three initiatives I chose as examples of digital storytelling initiatives are the
Corporation for Public Broadcasting's New ... The publishing company Alexander
Street Press's newly developed resource seeks ways to present oral history ...
Author: Azuka Nzegwu
Over the span of seven years, hundreds of people displaced by mass violence told their stories to the Montreal Life Stories project.
Author: Steven C High
Publisher: UBC Press
Over the span of seven years, hundreds of people displaced by mass violence told their stories to the Montreal Life Stories project. From the outset, the project's organizers sought to develop an alternative model to traditional oral history practice, one where community members "shared authority" as equal partners. Together, they challenged long-held beliefs about how oral stories should be collected and shared. As a sustained reflection on this large-scale experiment in collaborative research, Oral History at the Crossroads has methodological and ethical implications for scholars. It also provides a contemporary model for curating public history, pushing the field in new directions.
The primary aim of the Sharing Stories project was to capture the history and so a
website was created to house content, ... Public events held included:
professional and local school visual art exhibitions, digital storytelling screenings
Author: Subhasish Dasgupta
Publisher: IGI Global
With an increasing accessibility to social networking tools, the development of Web 2.0, and the emergence of virtual worlds, social computing crosses cultural boundaries to join people in the digital landscape. Social Computing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications uncovers the growing and expanding phenomenon of human behavior, social constructs, and communication in online environments. This multiple volume publication presents the latest research on social change, evolving networks, media, and interaction with technology to offer audiences a comprehensive view of the impact of social computing on the way cultures think, act, and exchange information.
This practice emphasized spiritual guidance , engagement in social issues of the
day , and a public voicing of this engagement in ... I present Willard's practice
using the approach of historical ethnography . ... Adviser : Anne Herrington Order
Number DA3349719 Digital stories - two- to five - minute videos consisting of a
Category: Dissertations, Academic