|« Somali Bantu Refugees Speak Through Digital Stories|||||Main|||||Summer Digital Story Workshop for Faculty 2009 »|
This course introduces the history and practices of the field of intercultural communication, including its diverse theoretical and conceptual approaches; its analytical and methodological tools of evaluation and assessment; basic principles of training and professional and career development opportunities in the various areas of the discipline, particularly as it is practiced at UMBC.
Since its beginning in 2004 this course has used digital storytelling as an introductory exercise, allowing students an opportunity to create personal reflective works. Telling their own story provides valuable insights into the filmmaking process as they prepare to tell the stories of others.
|Camp Hilarity||Ryan Riehl||2008|
|With My Eyes Closed||Joey Ofori||2008|
|UMBC Women's Lacrosse Team||Suzanne Sweeny||2008|
|Out West||Eric Robillard||2008|
|Sunday Dinners||Mallory Aaronson||2008|
|You Make a Wonderful Cup of Tea||Wambui Kamiru||2006|
|Goodbye to Pops||Doug Glynn||2006|
|Bitten by the Adventure Bug||Daniel Hall||2006|
|My Roots||Tsisana Maysuradze||2006|
|To My Parents (english)||Polina Vinogradova||2005|
|To My Parents (russian)||Polina Vinogradova||2005|
|Ode to My Family||Brian Greenan||2004|
|Second Chance||Sarah Hill||2004|