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On May 25, 26 and 27, UMBC's New Media Studio conducted a three-day introductory level digital story workshop for faculty. In addition to producing a digital story of their own, those attending the workshop gained insight into digital storytelling as a pedagogical and research tool.
The workshop was facilitated by a team of faculty, staff and graduate assistants who have over the last few years have worked extensively with digital stories in a number of ways. These included Bev Bickel, Jason Loviglio, Steve Bradley, Paul Iwancio, Bill Shewbridge, Polina Vinogradova and Satarupa Joardar.
One of the highlights of the workshop was a session on audio conducted by Steve Bradley of Visual Arts. Steve covered recording techniques and sound effects with a hands-on demonstration of creative techniques for building soundtracks.
|The Last Dog||Bob Sloane|
|My Dearest Alexandra||Taryn Bayles|
|The Best Laid Plans||Susan Mundy|
|Lost and Found||Shuhua Bloom|
|Trashy Art||Sandra Abbott|
|My Movie Theater||Nicoleta Bazgan|
|13,500 Feet||Bob Reeves|
|Hair Matters||Kimberly Moffitt|
|Everyone Should Be So Lucky||Jim Milani|
|Everything I Need to Know in Life I Learned from the Obama Inauguration||Christine Mallinson|
|Those Shoes||Constantine Vaporis|