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Very successful Storytelling events to present SOLIS, FutureAbility and CREATIVITY

In early May, the MA students and researchers from the Storytelling Academy gathered at Bom Bom Patisserie in Loughborough to share the values of Storytelling that were explored through European-funded projects such as SOLIS, FutureAbility, and Creativity.  The event spanned several days and was hosted in a cozy coffee shop that quickly became comfortable and familiar for both the organisers and the community of various stakeholders in attendance. The Intellectual outputs produced by

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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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The power of our Stories: a community event in Loughborough

the power of stories poster

How can storytelling make a connection between us and our Community? A group of MA Storytelling students is inviting members of the Loughborough community on a small journey where we will explore together topics such as education, inclusion, well-being, and innovation through the lens of Storytelling, explored by European funded projects (Solis, FutureAbility and Creativity). The event will take place

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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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CREATIVITY: Great progress during the meeting in Schlierbach

At the end of November all project partners from Italy, Austria, Lithuania, Greece, Belgium, and the UK met in Austria, in a cozy, mountain surrounded Schlierbach to discuss the CREATIVITY project.  The project aims to educate, strengthen, and encourage 12-18 years old schoolchildren to practically demonstrate four competencies (4Cs):  Creativity  Critical thinking  Cooperation  Communication On the first day much of

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