Digital Storytelling: The Intersection of Technology and Recent Immigrant Communities

by Office of the Provost

Educational/Awareness Audience: Graduate/Professional ... Audience: Postdoctoral Scholars Audience: Undergraduate Students

Fri, Oct 2, 2020 3:00 PM –

Fri, Oct 30, 2020 4:00 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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This digital storytelling journey encourages students to find the intersections between technology and recently immigrated communities to Cleveland. In small group settings and under the guidance of local experts, students will create an audiovisual presentation that captures the intersection story of their choice. 

This journey through technology and immigration will be project-based and collaborative, allowing each group to choose their own trajectory and craft a unique final product using the images, video clips, and audio narration they collect throughout the Digital Storytelling series. 

Students will be challenged to engage with virtual fieldwork, to interview individuals different from themselves, and to gather information for a culminating project. Students will grow their technological, interpersonal, intercultural, and reflective skills while experiencing an enhanced sense of community and self-awareness. 


For more information, contact Cami Ross, Angela Miller and Autumn Beechler Stebing at

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