Author Archives: Antonia Liguori

The Storytelling Academy at the IMS2IDT Conference in India

Dr Antonia Liguori and Prof Mike Wilson delivered their keynote opening the first two days of the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Perspective on Memory Studies, Storytelling and the Impact of Digital Technologies, organised by the Department of Sciences and Humanities of the VNR Vignana Jyothy Institute of Engineering and Technology, India. The EU funded project SOLIS was presented as a

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Telling and Preserving Heritage Stories in the Digital Realm

Dr Antonia Liguori from the Storytelling Academy will be one of the facilitators of this upcoming workshop organised by ICCROM – International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, within the framework of their newest Sustaining Digital Heritage Programme. Together with Dr Philippa Rappoport, Manager of Community Engagement at the Smithsonian Office of Educational Technology,

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MARS Video resources: Exploring digital storytelling, drawing and improvisation to address issues related to crisis and conflict

Antonia Liguori, Karen Sung and Fred Dalmasso from the Storytelling Academy at the School of Design and Creative Arts, Loughborough University, have been developing a number of learning resources and tutorials to explore how to apply digital storytelling, drawing and improvisation to address issues related to crisis and conflict, as part of the MARS project. With the support of the

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The SOLIS Biblioteca: a co-produced set of media on inclusive education

During July the partners of the Erasmus+ project SOLIS gathered in Malta, together with teachers from each partner country to partake in SOLIS training focused on digital storytelling and the unique expertise brought by this experienced group from the UK, Norway, Turkey, Malta, Italy, Lithuania, Spain and Greece. This culminated in the recording of over 20 modules for both the

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InterAct Storytelling PhD Studentship

InterAct is a £4.4 million, Made Smarter Innovation-funded, Economic and Social Research Council-led Network+ that aims to bring together economic and social scientists, UK policy makers and manufacturers, and digital technology providers to address the human issues resulting from the diffusion of new technologies in industry. These human aspects include themes such as:• Productivity• Resilience• Competitiveness• Sustainability• Levelling-up/inclusion• Wellbeing. As

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