Digital storytelling is a way of sharing personal experiences by weaving narrative, images, motion, and music into short, often autobiographical, electronic, multi-media presentations. Using community-based workshop settings, ‘ordinary people’ create and share stories on issues that are important to them.
Digital stories available from the HEC Lab include:
- Huu-ay-aht Youth Digital Stories
- 2012 and
- 2013 Digital Stories from Field Schools in Mi’kma’ki and Unama’ki
- Pictou Landing First Nation Digital Stories
- Indigenous Perspectives on Environments and Health in Mi’kma’ki
For more information on digital stories, see:
- Joe Lambert’s book Digital Storytelling: Capturing Lives, Creating Community, now in it’s 4th edition.
- The Center for Digital Storytelling (external link)