STORYTELLING AND SOCIAL CHANGE: A STRATEGY GUIDE FOR GRANTMAKERS is the first comprehensive publication of its kind. Based on over 75 interviews with grantmakers, communications experts and storytellers of all sorts, the guide serves grantmakers interested in so-called “narrative strategies” for their funding and communications programs.
Communities with poor health outcomes often find it difficult to influence the policies, systems, and environments that affect them. To change this, MOVE in Washington State is giving these communities effective ways to make their voices heard.
Published in the Northwest Journal for Public Health, Spring, 2013.
Submitted by jslazarus on 20 April 2012 - 12:16pm.
Think of the stories that most captured your attention over the past year. What made them so engaging? Often the most successful narratives combine text, video, music, sound, and images to tell a story and make a lasting impression. From today's most compelling documentary films to political messaging to reporting by citizen journalists, storytelling is evolving in this digital age. This course will give you the chance to get creative and practice the art of self-expression using much more than just a pen and paper.
This is a screencast on how use Audacity, an open source audio software to edit narration and mix it with background music. The screencast is in a wmv format. Audacity is available for both Mac and Windows platform as a free download.
Submitted by CDSCanada on 4 September 2007 - 8:16pm.
A phone interview with Alan Grieg, who coordinates digital storytelling workshops with Generation Five. Generation Five is a nonprofit organization with the goal of ending child sexual abuse within five generations.