Resources and links for today’s full day workshop, “Digital Storytelling for First Nations, Tribes, Communities and Families,” are available on wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/ds. This workshop is being presented at the 2012 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The workshop description is:
Digital storytelling in museums, libraries, galleries, and other public spaces can provide new insights into people, places, and objects, as well as build deeper connections with visitors. Digital stories can help interpret exhibits, promote activities, document projects, expand community histories, and augment curriculum. This workshop will view different examples of digital storytelling, how museums and libraries are incorporating digital stories, and explore free tools that are available to get started creating and publishing digital stories. Options for creating digital stories in software programs like PhotoStory3 and iMovie will be addressed. Participants will learn about various websites that support digital storytelling, learn about types of audio and video equipment, and learn how to access tutorials and additional resources.