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Online the video recordings of the leadership summit on applied storytelling

The Leadership Summit on Applied Storytelling is part of a two-year plan of activities in UK and the US organised by the Storytelling Academy at Loughborough University in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, the University of Maryland, the Montgomery College, the Story Center, Patient Voices, among other institutions. This first online event brings together 5 international Fellows and a small

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BREAKING NEWS! OUR NEW ONLINE POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN STORYTELLING BEGINS IN FEBRUARY 2021

We are delighted to announce that our new PGCert in Storytelling which will launch in early 2021 and we are now accepting applications for those wishing to start in either February (1st cohort) or October (2nd cohort). Those beginning in February 2021 will complete the programme in September 2021, and those beginning in October 2021 1ill complete in June 2022.

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Full-Time PhD Studentship in Storytelling, Animation and Mental Health Literacy

We are currently inviting applications for a fully-funded 3-year PhD studentship, based in the School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University. The studentship is based within the Storytelling Academy which conducts research into the application of storytelling in the key areas of health, environment, education and social justice. The studentship is linked to an Arts and Humanities Research

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Antonia Liguori presenting at the MeCCSA Conference on behalf of the DRY Project team

Co-designing an online ‘Utility Tool’ to bridge science and community knowledge through storytelling is the title of the paper that Dr Antonia Liguori (Lecturer in Applied Storytelling at Loughborough University) will present at the MeCCSA Conference 2020 in Brighton, UK. This paper was thought and written in collaboration with Professor Lindsey McEwen (PI on the DRY Project) and Professor Mike

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Social spaces across Europe: stories of socio-professional inclusion in NAR-SPI Project

NAR-SPI – Narrative educational resources for socio professional inclusion is a European project, funded under the Erasmus+ Programme KA2, that aims at creating Open Educational Resources for socio-professional inclusion by using a narrative approach. In this video, Mike Wilson reflects on the recent participation of NAR-SPI team at the Annual Storytelling Symposium organised by the Gearge Ewart Evans Centre at

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