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The How-To's of Telling Your Digital Story (Rescheduled from 1/11)

Sat, Jan 18 2020
10:30am - 4:30pm
Subjects
Storytelling
Age Group
For adults

 

Story Center Event
Presenter
Katina Bitsicas
Registration Required

 

More information to come.Join Katina Bitsicas, Director of Digital Storytelling and Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri, to learn all of the necessary components to tell a digital story, including ethics, finding a story, storyboarding, and editing the story to share. Registration required. There will be an hour-long break for attendees to grab lunch off-site.

 

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