Tag Archives: digital storytelling

New publication: Participatory Action Research in Digital Storytelling

This chapter reflects on the outcomes of an ongoing transnational partnership between Hope Raisers, a youth-led NGO based in Korogocho slum in Nairobi, Kenya, and the Storytelling Academy at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom (UK). A group of researchers and artists explore the value of digital storytelling as a tool for participatory action research (PAR) through an exploration of the challenges and opportunities of applying this

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The SOLIS project at the e-methodology conference in Poland

On behalf of our 8 European project partners, Dr Antonia Liguori gave a presentation on “Digital Storytelling as a tool for peer learning. Reflecting on the European project SOLIS as a case study within formal and non-formal Education”. Digital Storytelling is a well-known workshop-based approach that, over the past 25 years, has been successfully applied in formal and non-formal Education

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Digital Storytelling Toolkit launched at the SOLIS meeting in Norway

The SOLIS partnership met in Hamar, Norway, at the end of January to work together on the final steps to complete all the intellectual outputs. The Storytelling Academy was represented by Dr Antonia Liguori (project coordinator) and Dr Fred Dalmasso. In addition to what was planned at the initial planning stage, the UK team presented the Digital Storytelling Toolkit, developed

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The E-Shahrazad Festival in Strasbourg

February 2023 brings to an end an innovative project which has seen Loughborough University’s Storytelling Academy sharing digital storytelling expertise with a community of educators across Europe.E-SHAHRAZAD is an Erasmus plus strategic partnership project in the field of Adult Education with a remit to help bridge the gap between younger and senior generations across Europe by using stories as a

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New publication: Digital storytelling and the concept of the “modern” museum

Dr Antonia Liguori was invited to write the afterward to the new book written by the Italian archeologist Elisa Bonacini Museums and Forms of Digital Storytelling, originally published in Italian by Aracne Editrice and now translated into English. The research illustrates multiple experiences and strategies adopted in museums and in the world of cultural heritage in the field of digital

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