The University of Graz offers a digital storytelling workshop for administrative staff
A digital story is a short-form video in which someone narrates and shares personal, cultural or other aspects of their life with others. Next 4th February, the University of Graz organises the online Workshop “Digital Storytelling for Administrative Staff”. In this workshop, participants will receive an introduction to digital storytelling and learn about the basic steps involved in the process of creating and facilitating the creation of digital stories.
Course participants will apply a number of different methods and digital tools and create a first (prototype) digital story by themselves. This workshop is also suited for technological novices.
You can find more information about digital storytelling and other digital and narrative tools on the official website of the Narrative Didactics Research Group.
All participants are kindly asked to bring a smartphone, tablet and/or laptop to the workshop, ideally with access to a few digital photos which can be used to create a digital story which roughly relates to one of the following topics: food, family and/or festivals. The device can be an additional one or the same one you are using to follow the online workshop. The workshop will be held in English. It is recommended that participants have at least a B2 level of the CEFR.
Administrative and technical staff of the Arqus Alliance partner universities.
Andreas Schuch and Dagmar Wallenstorfer, Center for Inter-American Studies, University of Graz.
Date and time: 4th Feburary 2022, 14:00-18:00 (CET).
Please register here by 30th January 2022.
Online. Participants will receive an invitation to an online meeting in a timely manner.
The workshop is free of charge for staff members of the Arqus Alliance partner universities.
For any enquiries, please contact Simone Klinge at email@example.com.
Please note: In order to ensure the quality of the session and for the benefit of the participants, the number of participants for this workshop is limited to a maximum of 21. There are 3 workshop places per partner university and these will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If there are less than 3 registrations from one university, the remaining places will be allocated in list order regardless of affiliation to a partner university.
The Arqus workshop series on language and cross-cultural competence is offered in the framework of Action Line 4 Multilingual and Multicultural University (sub-line 4.5), led by Leipzig University. These workshops target academic and administrative staff at partner universities and focus on specific topics such as working and teaching through the medium of English, intercultural awareness in the classroom and outside, and inclusive language.