We have done some effective marketing in various media about this project.
In Iceland they have published their experiences from the workshops at the University Of Iceland website (http://rannsoknasetur.hi.is/vinnusmidja_sogur_ad_nordan)
The other one is the invitation they made for recruiting young participants to their workshops.
In Denmark we went to the International Digital Storytelling Conference in Greece and did presentation and a paper which can be downloaded here RP_HenningsenLohmannOerngreen
Furthermore we had some international network who got inspired and used Twitter to present our project:
International Conference Stories From The North from Digital Storylab on Vimeo.
Last week we came home from the International Digital Storytelling Conference where we did a presentation of Stories From The North. It gave us a lot of publicity and the participants had a lot of questions about our stories and the future of the project.
International Digital Storytelling Conference: Current trends in digital storytelling.
The Nordic has sponsored us to join the conference and spread the news about Stories From The North. We are happy to take part of the conference where we will give a presentation about the project and our findings so far. We will show some stories from our platform.
About the conference:
The theme of the conference, “Current Trends in Digital Storytelling: Research & Practices”, signifies the transitional phase of Digital Storytelling (DST) towards an established community of research and practice. At this pivotal point, it is crucial to obtain a reflective mapping of the major current trends of research and practices in DST, emphasising the convergences and the divergences in the various perspectives, which crucially nurture and form the complexity of this diverse, yet functionally linked community.
The conference is scheduled from 21st to 23rd of September 2018. The conference will be hosted by the Technological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands in Zakynthos (Zante), Greece. Zakynthos is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece offering unique natural attractions and places of historical and cultural interest, thus being a highly popular tourist attraction. The conference dates were purposefully chosen to offer excellent weather conditions with relatively lower number of visitors
The project ´Stories From The North` has received new resources from Nordic Culturefund, and we are today spending af day at Oslo Met (Storbyuniversitetet) to kick off the project and share knowledge from the last workshops.
Listen to one of the participants and hear how the workshop went. Guðrún Júliana Sigurðardóttir from Iceland has been on a digital storytelling workshop for 2 days.
Interview med Guðrún Júliana Sigurðardóttir from Digital Storylab on Vimeo.