Category Archive for: ‘Resources’

  • Temple Emanuel

    Temple Emanuel was one of the first groups that Lynn Clark and her team at Denver University worked with in creating a digital story as a form of faith formation. Here is their story:

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  • Christ Lutheran

    Christ Lutheran Church in Denver, CO was one of the first groups that Lynn Clark,  Jill Dierberg and the team at Denver University worked with in this project on digital storytelling as a form of faith formation. Here is their digital story:

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  • Spaghetti invites anyone?

    Here’s an example of a Lutheran church in the Denver area (Ascension Lutheran) which has created very short video pieces showcasing youth as a way to invite/entice people to be involved with their spaghetti fundraiser. While these are not formal “digital stories” nor are they …

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  • Digital Storytelling handbook

    Simmons College in Boston has published a really useful short guide to digital storytelling in educational settings. It’s 22 pages long, in pdf format, and free. The guide includes a number of tips and resources that are helpful in the faith formation setting, even though …

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  • The danger of a “single story”

    A huge tip of the hat to the blog Racialicious, for pointing me to this TED talk by the novelist Chimamanda Adichie. She speaks of the danger of the “single story,” by which she means a story that is told of a whole people, or …

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  • An example from school kids

    Here’s a digital story that tells of the collaboration between middle school students from two very different contexts. It’s not “about” religion, per se, but it would be an interesting catalyst for having storytellers think about how to tell their stories.

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  • What is “digital storytelling”?

    You might think that a website devoted to digital storytelling as a form of faith formation would be able to answer this question easily — and in some ways, of course, we can. But the bigger reason for having a post that seeks to name …

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  • Jim Gilliam

    Here’s a short video that is essentially just a recording of a talk that Jim Gilliam gave at the Personal Democracy Forum in NYC on June 6, 2011. It’s a fascinating example of personal witness, however, and one’s that been very controversial in various contexts. …

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