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Digital Storytelling Workshop

Event Date:

December 8, 2018 @ 3:00 pm


LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library
200 W. Park Ave
Tallahassee, FL 32301


Scott Joyner

Program Description:

Join us at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library for an innovative workshop on digital storytelling facilitated by Dr Ned Stuckey-French from Florida State University. Participents of all ages will learn to use existing/free technology and their own tablets and cell phones to track plot lines, map character’s journeys, write sequels, create mash-ups, and use animation to bring characters to life. Presentations made as a result of the workshop will be displayed on the Library’s social media.



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